Remove item from an array of objects by object property in JavaScript

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Learn the easy way to remove an element from an array of objects by object property in JavaScript/Vue.js/ES6.

Suppose you have an array of objects, like the one below:

items: [
  { id: 1, text: "Item 1" },
  { id: 2, text: "Item 2" },
  { id: 3, text: "Item 3" }

Your goal is to remove an object from this array that has an id 2. You can do that by using the JavaScript filter() method.

this.items = this.items.filter((obj) => {
  return !== 2;

JavaScript filter() method

JavaScript filter() method creates a new array with the items that pass the condition by the provided function.

In the example above we filter out all the objects that have an ID other than 2.

return !== 2;

Since the filter() method creates a new array, we can replace our existing array with the new one in a single command.

this.items = this.items.filter((obj) => {
  return !== 2;

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Renat Galyamov

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PS: Make sure you check other JavaScript tutorials, e.g. how to create an array of numbers in JavaScript or generate an array of years in JavaScript.

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