@fishingbooker/react-pagination

React Pagination

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React Pagination component boilerplate

Component library transpilation

The library source code, which is located in src/lib, is transpiled with Babel but is not bundled with Webpack. Bundling is completely unnecessary, since the developer who will in the end use your library for their application will bundle their entire codebase, which includes your library. More importantly, if your library has any dependencies, bundling them together with your code would be a disaster since it could cause duplication and therefore larger final bundle size. The components still have to be transpiled since many developers have Webpack configured to not transpile their node_modules folder. Some may not be using JSX or ES6 at all, and would therefore be unable to transpile your component.

Demo app transpilation

The demo app source code lives inside the src/docs folder. It is transpiled, bundled and minified by Webpack and Babel into the docs folder in the root directory (by running npm run docs:prod). This is a completely normal react app with minimal configuration that imports the component library. It has two purposes: 1. To have a way of inspecting your components while you develop the library, and 2. As a demo to showcase to people who try to figure out what your library does.

The reason that the folder doesn't have a logical name like demo is that GitHub Pages requires it to be called docs for some reason...

Getting started

Required props are:

page -> current number of page that is active

perPage -> how many items are shown on a page

totalCount -> total count of items

onPageChange -> action on page change

Not required Props are:

maxPageSideLinks -> max number of pagination buttons on each side (left and right)

loading -> flag that onPageChange is still fetching data

isMobile -> flag weather device is mobile

``` import ReactPagination from '@fishingbooker/react-pagination';

export default function ReactPagination(){ return <ReactPagination page={1} perPage={5} totalCount={40} onPageChange={() => console.log(2)}/> }

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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