Sampath Gajawada
Mar 11, 2022 ⋅ 6 min read

React pagination from scratch using Hooks

Sampath Gajawada I'm a full-stack developer who always wishes to implement new and challenging elements in my daily life. Currently, my focus is on React and Vue.

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2 Replies to "React pagination from scratch using Hooks"

  1. Hi, This is great article about pagination.
    What if, we wanted to show the button to show last page and first page

  2. Hi, Although the approach for creating pagination is great and easy. I’m bit concerned about what will happen if current page won’t load then we will end up showing current page on UI but with the old data.

    IMHO It would be great if we just set current page once page data is fetched. and in next and previous calls we just increment and decrement current page with a local variable.

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