Mar 03

Date published: 3-3-2014

Rails version: 4.0.0


It’s common on web sites to have large numbers of records in the database. It’s not always useful to see all the items in the database at the same time as it could take a long time to load and involve a lot of scrolling to find the information we want. This is where pagination can be used as a helpful way to divide a set of results into chunks that are easier to use. A good example of pagination that is familiar to any web user is the set of links at the bottom of the page of search engines like Google. It has links to go to the next and previous pages and information about how many pages there are to look through. Continue reading »

Tagged with:
preload preload preload