Luilliarcec.Pagination 1.1.0

Allows paging of data from an IOrderedQueryable object.

Install-Package Luilliarcec.Pagination -Version 1.1.0
dotnet add package Luilliarcec.Pagination --version 1.1.0
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Allows paging of data from an IOrderedQueryable object.

Installation

You can install the package via nuget:

dotnet add package Luilliarcec.Pagination

Usage

Whether you use Code First or if you use Database First, implement the Interface exposed in the Package as IPaginable in your Models or Entities.

using Luilliarcec.Pagination.Contracts;
// ...

namespace Entities.Models
{
    public class User : IPaginable
    {
        // ...
    }
}

Once this is done, in your data layer, where you access the database to obtain the records, you can use the following example to make your queries.

using Luilliarcec.Pagination;
// ...

namespace Data.DataAccessObject
{
    public class UsersDAO
    {
        // ...

        public IDictionary<string, object> GetUsers(string option, int current_page, string searched_phrase)
        {
            var query = _context.Providers.Where(
                model =>
                    model.Name.Contains(searched_phrase) ||
                    model.Email.Contains(searched_phrase)
                ).OrderBy(mod => mod.Name);

            return Pagination.Paginate(query, option, current_page, 10);
        }
    }
}

In this way you can make queries, order your records by the field you want, etc. However, remember that the Paging function receives an object of type IOrderedQueryable, so it is vital that your query is ordered before paging it.

The parameters that the paging function receives are:

| Parameters | Type | Description |
| -- | -- | -- |
| query | IOrderedQueryable | Query on which the pagination will be applied |
| option | string | Option or type of pagination that can only be, first, next, previous, last, current |
| current_page | int | Receive the current page you are working on |
| limit | int | Limits of records per page |

This function will return a dictionary of &lt;string, object&gt;, in which we will find the following values.

| Keys | Values | Description |
| -- | -- | -- |
| total | int | Returns total records |
| per_page | int | Returns records per page |
| current_page | int | Returns current page you are working on |
| last_page | int | Returns the last page or total pages |
| data | IReadOnlyList&lt;IPaginable&gt; | Returns paged records in a read-only list

In your view you can manage yourself in the following way.:

using Luilliarcec.Pagination.Contracts;
// ...

namespace Views.Users
{
    public partial class FormManageUsers : Form
    {
        private int _current_page;

        // ...

        private void ListData(string option = "first", string searched_phrase = "", int current_page = 1)
        {
            var data = _dao.GetUsers(option, current_page, searched_phrase);

            var items = (IReadOnlyCollection<IPaginable>)data["data"];
            // OR // var items = (IReadOnlyCollection<object>)data["data"];

            DgvProviders.Rows.Clear();

            foreach (User item in items)
            {
                DgvProviders.Rows.Add(
                    item.Id,
                    item.Name,
                    item.Email,
                    item.Address
                );
            }

            _current_page = (int)data["current_page"];

            LbCurrentPage.Text = _current_page.ToString();
            LbTotalPages.Text = ((int)data["last_page"]).ToString();
        }

        private void BtnFirstPage_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            ListData("first", TxtSearch.Text);
        }

        private void BtnNextPage_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            ListData("next", TxtSearch.Text, _current_page);
        }

        private void BtnPreviousPage_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            ListData("previous", TxtSearch.Text, _current_page);
        }

        private void BtnLastPage_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            ListData("last", TxtSearch.Text);
        }
    }
}

Remember not to manipulate the value of current_page because the package works for you to increase and decrease its value, in addition to validating that it is not out of range.

Follow these tips and have a happy code.

Security

If you discover any security related issues, please email luilliarcec@gmail.com instead of using the issue tracker.

Credits

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.

NET Framework Pagination

latest version
Azure DevOps tests
downloads
GitHub license

Allows paging of data from an IOrderedQueryable object.

Installation

You can install the package via nuget:

dotnet add package Luilliarcec.Pagination

Usage

Whether you use Code First or if you use Database First, implement the Interface exposed in the Package as IPaginable in your Models or Entities.

using Luilliarcec.Pagination.Contracts;
// ...

namespace Entities.Models
{
    public class User : IPaginable
    {
        // ...
    }
}

Once this is done, in your data layer, where you access the database to obtain the records, you can use the following example to make your queries.

using Luilliarcec.Pagination;
// ...

namespace Data.DataAccessObject
{
    public class UsersDAO
    {
        // ...

        public IDictionary<string, object> GetUsers(string option, int current_page, string searched_phrase)
        {
            var query = _context.Providers.Where(
                model =>
                    model.Name.Contains(searched_phrase) ||
                    model.Email.Contains(searched_phrase)
                ).OrderBy(mod => mod.Name);

            return Pagination.Paginate(query, option, current_page, 10);
        }
    }
}

In this way you can make queries, order your records by the field you want, etc. However, remember that the Paging function receives an object of type IOrderedQueryable, so it is vital that your query is ordered before paging it.

The parameters that the paging function receives are:

| Parameters | Type | Description |
| -- | -- | -- |
| query | IOrderedQueryable | Query on which the pagination will be applied |
| option | string | Option or type of pagination that can only be, first, next, previous, last, current |
| current_page | int | Receive the current page you are working on |
| limit | int | Limits of records per page |

This function will return a dictionary of &lt;string, object&gt;, in which we will find the following values.

| Keys | Values | Description |
| -- | -- | -- |
| total | int | Returns total records |
| per_page | int | Returns records per page |
| current_page | int | Returns current page you are working on |
| last_page | int | Returns the last page or total pages |
| data | IReadOnlyList&lt;IPaginable&gt; | Returns paged records in a read-only list

In your view you can manage yourself in the following way.:

using Luilliarcec.Pagination.Contracts;
// ...

namespace Views.Users
{
    public partial class FormManageUsers : Form
    {
        private int _current_page;

        // ...

        private void ListData(string option = "first", string searched_phrase = "", int current_page = 1)
        {
            var data = _dao.GetUsers(option, current_page, searched_phrase);

            var items = (IReadOnlyCollection<IPaginable>)data["data"];
            // OR // var items = (IReadOnlyCollection<object>)data["data"];

            DgvProviders.Rows.Clear();

            foreach (User item in items)
            {
                DgvProviders.Rows.Add(
                    item.Id,
                    item.Name,
                    item.Email,
                    item.Address
                );
            }

            _current_page = (int)data["current_page"];

            LbCurrentPage.Text = _current_page.ToString();
            LbTotalPages.Text = ((int)data["last_page"]).ToString();
        }

        private void BtnFirstPage_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            ListData("first", TxtSearch.Text);
        }

        private void BtnNextPage_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            ListData("next", TxtSearch.Text, _current_page);
        }

        private void BtnPreviousPage_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            ListData("previous", TxtSearch.Text, _current_page);
        }

        private void BtnLastPage_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            ListData("last", TxtSearch.Text);
        }
    }
}

Remember not to manipulate the value of current_page because the package works for you to increase and decrease its value, in addition to validating that it is not out of range.

Follow these tips and have a happy code.

Security

If you discover any security related issues, please email luilliarcec@gmail.com instead of using the issue tracker.

Credits

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.

Release Notes

Pagination data.

Dependencies

This package has no dependencies.

NuGet packages

This package is not used by any NuGet packages.

GitHub repositories

This package is not used by any popular GitHub repositories.

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
1.1.0 154 4/13/2020
1.0.0 126 4/7/2020