material-angular-paging

Angular Material Design Pagination

Angular Core Dependency: 1.5.6

Module License: ISC

Added by: Sam Deering

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Repository

crawlink/material-angular-paging

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Crawlink
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Module Description

material-angular-paging

Angular Material Design Pagination, it is very simple and lightweight having minimal numbers attribute to configure.

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Demo :

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Install

Bower :
 bower install material-angular-paging  --save

Usage

Configuration

Add following line in header section of you page

<script src="bower_components/material-angular-paging/build/dist.min.js"></script>

Sample code for how to use cl-paging directive

<cl-paging flex cl-pages="paging.total" cl-steps="6" cl-page-changed="paging.onPageChanged()" cl-align="start start" cl-current-page="paging.current"></cl-paging>

Attributes

| Attribute | Description | | ------------ | --------------- | | cl-pages | Total number of pages you want to paginate, calculate pages in your controller then set the value here | | cl-steps | How many paging item do you want to show in pagination area | | cl-page-changed | Requires a function which will get called when click on page item | | cl-align | Give two material layout-align values [Get alignment values] (https://material.angularjs.org/latest/layout/alignment) | | cl-current-page | A model for the current page value (Selected page number) |

Use cl.paging module in your app, following sample code demonstrating How to include the angular module and use it in controller. The controller defined below has oble simple configuration of cl-paging directive. When the page changed you will get a trigger in the loadPages function where you can load page data form remote server.

var app = angular.module("YourApp", ['ngMaterial', 'cl.paging']);

app.controller("MainController", ['$scope', function ($scope) {

    $scope.currentPage = 0;

    $scope.paging = {
        total: 100,
        current: 1,
        onPageChanged: loadPages,
    };

    function loadPages() {
        console.log('Current page is : ' + $scope.paging.current);

        // TODO : Load current page Data here

        $scope.currentPage = $scope.paging.current;
    }

}]);

LICENCE

The MIT License (MIT) Copyright (c) 2016 Crawlink

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