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Angular Table for Profile Grid

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Hello - I'm trying to learn a bit about using Angular. I have a specific learning exercise I am trying to figure out.

I am super new to Angular. I have been working with one of the tutorials on the Angular site in my down time over the last day or so...but very new to using it.

My main question for this thread is working with/trying to create an Angular table. Specifically one structured similar to the layout for the code below.
<table style="width:75%">
    <th>Firstname (e.g. Static Field Label)</th><td>Clark (e.g. firstName pulled from JSON file)</td> 

I am not seeing a lot of examples with a table structured similar to this (where its more of a profile grid instead of a straight list of data.

*Two other bits of functionality I will be researching for the table is to pull the info to be displayed from a JSON file.
*A search box to determine which record to display in the profile grid using an ID field.

Here are some sample values for the JSON file:

           "firstName": "Clark",
           "lastName": "Kent",
           "job": "Reporter",
           "id": 20
           "firstName": "Bruce",
           "lastName": "Wayne",
           "job": "Business Owner",
           "id": 30
           "firstName": "Peter",
           "lastName": "Parker",
           "job": "Photographer",
           "id": 40
           "firstName": "Tony",
           "lastName": "Stark",
           "job": "Business Owner",
           "id": 25

Any tips or suggestions to get me pointed in the right direction would be greatly appreciated!!

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