Wed Sep 22 2021 13:53:03 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Saved by @rick_m #javascript #angularjs

JSONToCSVConvertor: function (JSONData, FileName, ShowLabel) {
                //If JSONData is not an object then JSON.parse will parse the JSON string in an Object
                var arrData = typeof JSONData != 'object' ? JSON.parse(JSONData) : JSONData;

                var CSV = '';
                //Set Report title in first row or line

                //CSV += ReportTitle + '\r\n\n';

                //This condition will generate the Label/Header
                if (ShowLabel) {
                    var row = "";

                    //This loop will extract the label from 1st index of on array
                    for (var index in arrData[0]) {

                        //Now convert each value to string and comma-seprated
                        row += index + ',';

                    row = row.slice(0, -1);

                    //append Label row with line break
                    CSV += row + '\r\n';

                //1st loop is to extract each row
                for (var i = 0; i < arrData.length; i++) {
                    var row = "";

                    //2nd loop will extract each column and convert it in string comma-seprated
                    for (var index in arrData[i]) {
                        row += '"' + arrData[i][index] + '",';

                    row.slice(0, row.length - 1);

                    //add a line break after each row
                    CSV += row + '\r\n';

                if (CSV == '') {
                    alert("Invalid data");

                //Generate a file name
                var fileName = FileName;
                //this will remove the blank-spaces from the title and replace it with an underscore
                //fileName += ReportTitle.replace(/ /g, "_");

                //Initialize file format you want csv or xls
                var uri = 'data:text/csv;charset=utf-8,' + escape(CSV);

                // Now the little tricky part.
                // you can use either>> window.open(uri);
                // but this will not work in some browsers
                // or you will not get the correct file extension    

                //this trick will generate a temp <a /> tag
                var link = document.createElement("a");
                link.href = uri;

                //set the visibility hidden so it will not effect on your web-layout
                link.style = "visibility:hidden";
                link.download = fileName + ".csv";

                //this part will append the anchor tag and remove it after automatic click

Utils.JSONToCSVConvertor(exportList, 'CsvDownloadFileName', true);