Directive based pagination in angular js

Added by: Sam Deering





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Module Description


Module that provides UI-agnostic dynamic or static pagination using angular js.

Can be plugged into any css framework/use your own styles for pagination.

  • UI agnostic pagination - no dependencies except angular js
  • Display pagination on double-click, mouseover, focus, blur and all supported angular event bindings
  • Ease-of-use - implemented as angular directives
  • Supports static or dynamic data sets


See examples on how it has been used with twitter bootstrap css:

Browser Support

  • Chrome
  • Firefox
  • IE8+


Only AngularJs is required to use this module, css frameworks can be complimentary.

Download angular-paginate.js and import it in your angular application

angular.module('myApp', ['angular-paginate']);


angular-paginate is based on the usage of directives:

create-pages directive

Used to display initial pagination. Must be setup before the pagination directive and in the DOM element that leads to pagination creation.

<button create-pages results="results" number-per-page="10" ng-click="getResults();showPaginate=true" pages="pages" page-content="pageContent" page-limit="15" binding="mouseup">Paginate!</button>
  • results: binds to list that holds your pagination data. required
  • number-per-page: set number of data items to be displayed per page. required
  • pages: binds to list that will hold page numbers that you will display. required
  • page-content: binds to list that will hold data items for a single page. required
  • page-limit: maximum page number. optional (default = 15)
  • binding: event (click, mouseup etc.) that will trigger pagination. optional (default = "click") Note: this event must correspond with angular's event binding directive. So if binding="click", you must include ng-click in the directive. If binding="mouseover", ng-mouseover.
  • ng-click: angular directive that should correspond to the binding attribute, to populate results list and display pagination when the specified event is fired.

pagination directive

set disabled css class on left arrow pagination by calling convenience method isFirstPage

<li ng-class="{disabled: isFirstPage()}" pagination-left ><a>&laquo;</a></li>

set pagination to display numbers from your pages list provided in the create-pages directive, and set active css class calling convenience method getCurrentPage().

<li pagination ng-class="{active: page == getCurrentPage() }" page="{{page}}" ng-repeat="page in pages">

set disabled css class on right arrow pagination by calling convenience method isLastPage

<li ng-class="{disabled: isLastPage()}" pagination-right ><a>&raquo;</a></li>

display content from your page-content list provided in the create-pages directive

<table class="table">
      <tr ng-repeat="content in pageContent">

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