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scrivener - Pagination for the Elixir ecosystem


Note: You're probably looking for Scrivener.Ecto. Have a look there first. Scrivener is a pagination library for the Elixir ecosystem. You most likely won't use Scrivener directly, instead using a library that implements Scrivener's Paginater protocol for the type of data you're trying to paginate.




simple-infinite-scroll


A simple jQuery plugin to be used for handling pagination on vertical scroll

mongoose-range-paginate - MongoDb / Mongoose pagination done right


An utility function to work with ranged pagination, way faster than using skip().This software is released under the MIT license cited below.


hapi-paginate - A simple pagination for hapijs responses


A basic pagination plugin for Hapi. The plugin listens to page and limit query parameters and add them to request object.

flask-paginate - Pagination support for flask


Paginate support for flask framework (study from will_paginate). Use bootstrap for css framework It requires Python2.6+ as string.format syntax. Open http://localhost:5000 to see the example page.

paginate-responder - A Rails pagination responder with link header support.


A Rails pagination responder with link header support. It is recommended to use only one pagination gem at once.

scrivener_ecto - Paginate your Ecto queries with Scrivener


Scrivener.Ecto allows you to paginate your Ecto queries with Scrivener. It gives you useful information such as the total number of pages, the current page, and the current page's entries. It works nicely with Phoenix as well. First, you'll want to use Scrivener in your application's Ecto Repo. This will add a paginate function to your Repo. This paginate function expects to be called with, at a minimum, an Ecto query. It will then paginate the query and execute it, returning a Scrivener.Page. Defaults for page_size can be configured when you use Scrivener. If no page_size is provided, Scrivener will use 10 by default.

assemble-boilerplate-blog - Assemble boilerplate with the essential middleware, helpers, templates and (opinionated) configuration necessary to easily create a blog with Assemble


Assemble boilerplate with the essential middleware, helpers, templates and (opinionated) configuration necessary to easily create a blog with Assemble. Heads up! This project is under construction! If you take a look around you'll see multiple (duplicate) config files (assemble.js, gulpfile.js etc). We're just playing around with the config until it feels right. We'll end up with one config file and we'll add some examples for other configs.

pager - Pager UI component


Pager ui component. Set the total number of items to n.