/ Pagination

Low-level Vue pagination component

Low-level Vue pagination component

vue-lpage

Low-level Vue pagination component

This is a low-level, ui-agnostic pagination component.

You pass it an array of data, the current page index and the desired amount of results per page.

It then exposes a scoped slot through which you can access the following:

  • subset: the subset of data corresponding to the current page.
  • totalPages: the total amount of pages.
  • isFirstPage: whether the current page is the first one.
  • isLastPage: whether the current page is the last one.

Recommended usage: wrap this in a high-level styled component.

Installation

npm install --save vue-lpage

Examples

<!-- This will render [ "a", "b" ] -->
<template>
    <vue-lpage :data="['a', 'b', 'c']" :page="1" :results-per-page="2">
      <div slot-scope="{subset}">
        {{ subset }}
      </div>
    </vue-lpage>
</template>

<script>
import VueLpage from 'vue-lpage';
export default {
  components: {
    VueLpage
  }
};
</script>
<template>
    <vue-lpage :data="data" :page="page" :results-per-page="resultsPerPage">
      <div slot-scope="{subset, totalPages, isFirstPage, isLastPage}">
        <div>
            Page <input type="number" v-model="page" :min="1" :max="totalPages"> out of {{ totalPages }}
        </div>
        <div>
            Show <input type="number" v-model="resultsPerPage" :min="1" :max="data.length"> results per page
        </div>
        <button :disabled="isFirstPage" @click="page--">
            Previous
        </button>
        <button :disabled="isLastPage" @click="page++">
            Next
        </button>
        <ul><li v-for="quote in subset" :key="quote">{{ quote }}</li></ul>
      </div>
    </vue-lpage>
</template>

Notes

Pagination is one-based (page 1 is the first page).

Props

  • data: the array of data to paginate.
  • page: the page to display.
  • results-per-page: the maximum amount of results to display per page.

Slot scope

  • subset: the subset of data corresponding to the current page.
  • totalPages: the total amount of pages.
  • isFirstPage: whether the current page is the first one.
  • isLastPage: whether the current page is the last one.

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