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Discussion on: Consuming APIs in Angular – The Model-Adapter Pattern

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Florimond Manca Author

It's a very clever alternative implementation of this pattern. I like how this approach binds the adaptation code to the model class. Also saves an import statement, and the DI boilerplate. :-) I'd definitely try this out in my next Angular projects!

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Evaldas

Indeed. Map statement reads really nicely. 👌

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noelsebastian22 • Edited

Hi Florimond Manca,

I am using the above mentioned method in my current project. Now I'm stuck in one requirement where the value of one variable should change according to the some conditions .

example :-

export class Course {
constructor(
public id: number,
public code: string,
public name: string,
public created: Date,
) { }

static adapt(item: any): Course {
return new Course(
item.id,
item.code,
item.name,//Change the name to "john doe" if item.id=0 and item.code = john
new Date(item.created),
);
}
}

Is there any option for me to add a function which would perform this action?

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