Pagination on a list using ng-repeat

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I'm trying to add pages to my list. I followed the AngularJS tutorial, the one about smartphones and I'm trying to display only certain number of objects. Here is my html file:

  <div class='container-fluid'>
    <div class='row-fluid'>
        <div class='span2'>
            Search: <input ng-model='searchBar'>
            Sort by: 
            <select ng-model='orderProp'>
                <option value='name'>Alphabetical</option>
                <option value='age'>Newest</option>
            </select>
            You selected the phones to be ordered by: {{orderProp}}
        </div>

        <div class='span10'>
          <select ng-model='limit'>
            <option value='5'>Show 5 per page</option>
            <option value='10'>Show 10 per page</option>
            <option value='15'>Show 15 per page</option>
            <option value='20'>Show 20 per page</option>
          </select>
          <ul class='phones'>
            <li class='thumbnail' ng-repeat='phone in phones | filter:searchBar | orderBy:orderProp | limitTo:limit'>
                <a href='#/phones/{{phone.id}}' class='thumb'><img ng-src='{{phone.imageUrl}}'></a>
                <a href='#/phones/{{phone.id}}'>{{phone.name}}</a>
                <p>{{phone.snippet}}</p>
            </li>
          </ul>
        </div>
    </div>
  </div>

I've added a select tag with some values in order to limit the number of items that will be displayed. What I want now is to add the pagination to display the next 5, 10, etc.

I have a controller that works with this:

function PhoneListCtrl($scope, Phone){
    $scope.phones = Phone.query();
    $scope.orderProp = 'age';
    $scope.limit = 5;
}

And also I have a module in order to retrieve the data from the json files.

angular.module('phonecatServices', ['ngResource']).
    factory('Phone', function($resource){
        return $resource('phones/:phoneId.json', {}, {
            query: {method: 'GET', params:{phoneId:'phones'}, isArray:true}
        });
    });

This question is tagged with javascript angularjs paginate

~ Asked on 2012-07-20 14:17:28

The Best Answer is


216

If you have not too much data, you can definitely do pagination by just storing all the data in the browser and filtering what's visible at a certain time.

Here's a simple pagination example: http://jsfiddle.net/2ZzZB/56/

That example was on the list of fiddles on the angular.js github wiki, which should be helpful: https://github.com/angular/angular.js/wiki/JsFiddle-Examples

EDIT: http://jsfiddle.net/2ZzZB/16/ to http://jsfiddle.net/2ZzZB/56/ (won't show "1/4.5" if there is 45 results)

~ Answered on 2012-07-20 15:07:58


39

I just made a JSFiddle that show pagination + search + order by on each column using Build with Twitter Bootstrap code: http://jsfiddle.net/SAWsA/11/

~ Answered on 2012-10-01 09:07:05


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