Sorting using Angularjs

I am working on responsive web design using Html5, angular material design and angularjs technologies. I have following code in  angularjs and need to sort by employee.JoinDate.Basically employee object contains "employee.Name","employee.Age","employee.JoinDate" etc.

<md-list>
<md-item ng-repeat="employee in vm.employees">

<md-item-content>

</md-item-content>
</md-item>

</md-list>

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In the above code how can i sort by joindate?
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Rainer JeschorCommented:
Hi,
you should be able to use the orderBy filter -
https://docs.angularjs.org/api/ng/filter/orderBy

Could you try the following? This should sort the JoinDate ascending.

<md-list>
<md-item ng-repeat="employee in vm.employees | orderBy:'JoinDate'">

<md-item-content>

</md-item-content>
</md-item>

</md-list>

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Which Angular version?
HTH
Rainer
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