Getting Started with the React Query Builder Component

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Getting Started with the React Query Builder Component
Getting Started with the React Query Builder Component
Learn how to create and configure the Syncfusion React Query Builder component in a React application using Visual Studio Code. The Syncfusion Query Builder is a powerful tool that allowing you to visually create complex queries using an initiative UI. It is often used in applications where you need to filter or search data from a database or API.

In this video, you will see how to add the Query Builder component in a React application. I will also explain how to add rules on initial loading and how to integrate and filter grid records.

The Syncfusion React Query Builder component empowers users to effortlessly create intricate queries using a diverse set of conditions and operators, all without the need to delve into SQL or other query languages. With intuitive drag-and-drop functionality, users can visually craft queries, simplifying the process even for those without technical expertise.

This versatile component supports an extensive range of filters and conditions, encompassing basic comparisons like /”equals/” or /”not equals,/” as well as logical operators such as /”AND/” and /”OR,/” and it accommodates nested conditions. Developers can tailor the Query Builder to suit their application’s requirements, defining available fields and operators, establishing default values, and exerting precise control over its appearance and behavior.

The Syncfusion React Query Builder seamlessly integrates with diverse data sources, enabling the retrieval and display of data based on constructed queries. It is often harmoniously combined with other Syncfusion components like grids and data tables. The component further offers robust validation options, ensuring constructed queries adhere to correct syntax and comply with application-specific criteria.

Users can easily save and load queries, facilitating the reuse and sharing of query configurations, a particularly valuable feature for managing complex search criteria. Furthermore, the component is meticulously designed to deliver an optimal user experience across desktop and mobile devices, guaranteeing consistency across various screen sizes.

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[00:00] Introduction
[00:46] Create a React application
[01:18] Add the Query Builder component
[03:39] Apply rules on initial loading
[04:27] Filter Grid records

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