Episode 07 • Making Websites With Next.js And Strapi

Pagination

In this episode we are going to learn how to create a pagination for our Nextjs and Strapi website.

Strapi will provide us with some valuable data and filters which will make creating our pagination very simple. Specificaly we will get number of items from Strapi and use it's _limit and _start filters. This information will allow us to calculate pagination using simple JavaScript, Next.js and ofcourse React.

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  • Episode 01 • Duration 18:49

    Setup And First Steps

  • Episode 02 • Duration 24:03

    CSS in JS

  • Episode 03 • Duration 15:25

    Fetching The Data

  • Episode 04 • Duration 18:33

    Layouts With Reflexbox

  • Episode 05 • Duration 19:34

    Static Routes, Nested Routes, And Navigation

  • Episode 06 • Duration 19:50

    Dynamic routes

  • Episode 07 • Duration 21:19

    Pagination

  • Episode 08 • Duration 08:59

    Next SEO

  • Episode 09 • Duration 12:28

    Using Context API

  • Episode 10 • Duration 27:34

    Deploy To Digital Ocean

  • Episode 11 • Duration 09:53

    getStaticProps

  • Episode 01 • Duration 18:49

    Setup And First Steps

  • Episode 02 • Duration 24:03

    CSS in JS

  • Episode 03 • Duration 15:25

    Fetching The Data

  • Episode 04 • Duration 18:33

    Layouts With Reflexbox

  • Episode 05 • Duration 19:34

    Static Routes, Nested Routes, And Navigation

  • Episode 06 • Duration 19:50

    Dynamic routes

  • Episode 07 • Duration 21:19

    Pagination

  • Episode 08 • Duration 08:59

    Next SEO

  • Episode 09 • Duration 12:28

    Using Context API

  • Episode 10 • Duration 27:34

    Deploy To Digital Ocean

  • Episode 11 • Duration 09:53

    getStaticProps