Jenson Raby Jenson Raby - 1 year ago 1613
AngularJS Question

remove $$hashKey from array

$scope.appdata = [{name: '', position: '', email: ''}];

This is the array which I created in angular controller.

Then I inserted some values in to array by using push method:

$scope.appdata.push({name: 'jenson raby', position: '2', email: ''});

This is the array values after insertion:

$$hashKey:"00F",name:"jenson raby",position:"2",email:"",

Here an extra
has been added to the array after insertion, but I need to remove this from array.

Answer Source

Based on your comment that you need to insert the array into the database, I'm going to assume that you are converting it a JSON string and then saving it to the DB. If that's incorrect, let me know and I'll see if I can revise this answer.

You have two options for modifying your array when converting it to JSON. The first is angular.toJson, which is a convenience method that automatically strips out any property names with a leading $$ prior to serializing the array (or object). You would use it like this:

var json = angular.toJson( $scope.appdata );

The other option, which you should use if you need more fine grained control, is the replacer argument to the built-in JSON.stringify function. The replacer function allows you to filter or alter properties before they get serialized to JSON. You'd use it like this to strip $$hashKey:

var json = JSON.stringify( $scope.appdata, function( key, value ) {
    if( key === "$$hashKey" ) {
        return undefined;

    return value;