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Damilare Jolayemi
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Jun 9, 2022 ⋅ 11 min read

How to implement infinite scroll pagination in Flutter

Damilare Jolayemi Damilare is an enthusiastic problem-solver who enjoys building whatever works on the computer. He has a knack for slapping his keyboards till something works. When he's not talking to his laptop, you'll find him hopping on road trips and sharing moments with his friends, or watching shows on Netflix.

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2 Replies to "How to implement infinite scroll pagination in Flutter"

  1. Very nice!

    I used your ListView example as the basis to create my own generic solution (now that infinite_scroll_pageination throws exceptions).
    Only I would suggest is a small change, otherwise you’ll be hitting the servers a lot more than needed and continuously rebuilding elements…

    return ListView.builder(
    itemCount: _posts.length + (_isLastPage ? 0 : 1),
    itemBuilder: (context, index) {

    if (! _isLastPage && index == _posts.length – _nextPageTrigger) { // Don’t pull if last page
    fetchData();
    }

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