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react-bootstrap-table2-paginator

2.0.6 • Public • Published

react-bootstrap-table2-paginator

react-bootstrap-table2 separate the pagination code base to react-bootstrap-table2-paginator, so there's a little bit different when you use pagination. In the following, we are going to show you how to enable and configure the a pagination table

Live Demo For Pagination

API&Props Definitation


Install

$ npm install react-bootstrap-table2-paginator --save

Add CSS

// es5 
require('react-bootstrap-table2-paginator/dist/react-bootstrap-table2-paginator.min.css');
 
// es6
import 'react-bootstrap-table2-paginator/dist/react-bootstrap-table2-paginator.min.css';

How

Let's enable a pagination on your table:

import paginationFactory from 'react-bootstrap-table2-paginator';
// omit...
 
<BootstrapTable keyField='id' data={ products } columns={ columns } pagination={ paginationFactory() } />

Customization

Basic Customization

react-bootstrap-table2 give some simple ways to customize something like text, styling etc, following is all the props we support for basic customization:

You can check this online demo for above props usage.

Advance Customization

Sometime, you may feel above props is not satisfied with your requirement, don't worry, we provide following renderer for each part of pagination:

Fully Customization

If you want to customize the pagination component completely, you may get interesting on following solutions:

  • Standalone
  • Non-standalone

react-bootstrap-table2-paginator have a PaginationProvider which is a react context and that will be easier to customize the pagination components under the scope of PaginationProvider. Let's introduce it step by step:

1. Import PaginationProvider

import paginationFactory, { PaginationProvider } from 'react-bootstrap-table2-paginator';
 

2. Declare custom and totalSize in pagination option:

const paginationOption = {
  custom: true,
  totalSize: products.length
};

3. Render PaginationProvider

<PaginationProvider
  pagination={ paginationFactory(options) }
>
  {
    ({
      paginationProps,
      paginationTableProps
    }) => (
      .....
    ) 
  }
</PaginationProvider>

PaginationProvider actually is a wrapper for the concumser of react context, so that now you have to get the props from context provide then render to your compoennt and BootstrapTable:

  • paginationProps: this include everything about pagination, you will use it when you render standalone component or your custom component.
  • paginationTableProps: you don't need to know about this, but you have to render this as props to BootstrapTable.

So far, your customization pagination is supposed to look like it:

<PaginationProvider
  pagination={ paginationFactory(options) }
>
  {
    ({
      paginationProps,
      paginationTableProps
    }) => (
      <div>
        <BootstrapTable
          keyField="id"
          data={ products }
          columns={ columns }
          { ...paginationTableProps }
        />
      </div>
    )
  }
</PaginationProvider>

Now, you have to choose which solution you like: standalone or non-standalone ?

4.1 Use Standalone Component

react-bootstrap-table2-paginator provider three standalone components:

  • Size Per Page Dropdwn Standalone
  • Pagination List Standalone
  • Pagination Total Standalone

When render each standalone, you just need to pass the paginationProps props to standalone component:

import paginationFactory, {
  PaginationProvider,
  PaginationListStandalone,
  SizePerPageDropdownStandalone,
  PaginationTotalStandalone
} from 'react-bootstrap-table2-paginator';
 
<PaginationProvider
  pagination={ paginationFactory(options) }
>
  {
    ({
      paginationProps,
      paginationTableProps
    }) => (
      <div>
        <SizePerPageDropdownStandalone
          { ...paginationProps }
        />
        <PaginationTotalStandalone
          { ...paginationProps }
        />
        <BootstrapTable
          keyField="id"
          data={ products }
          columns={ columns }
          { ...paginationTableProps }
        />
        <PaginationListStandalone
          { ...paginationProps }
        />
      </div>
    )
  }
</PaginationProvider>

That's it!! The benifit for using standalone is you can much easier to render the standalone component in any posistion. In the future, we will implement more featue like applying style, className etc on standalone components.

Customizable props for PaginationListStandalone
  • N/A
Customizable props for SizePerPageDropdownStandalone
  • open: true to make dropdown show.
  • hidden: true to hide the size per page dropdown.
  • btnContextual: Set the button contextual
  • variation: Variation for dropdown, available value is dropdown and dropup.
  • className: Custom the class on size per page dropdown
Customizable props for SizePerPageDropdownStandalone
  • N/A

4.2 Customization Everything

If you choose to custom the pagination component by yourself, the paginationProps will be important for you. Becasue you have to know for example how to change page or what's the current page etc. Hence, following is all the props in paginationProps object:

page,
sizePerPage,
pageStartIndex,
hidePageListOnlyOnePage,
hideSizePerPage,
alwaysShowAllBtns,
withFirstAndLast,
dataSize,
sizePerPageList,
paginationSize,
showTotal,
pageListRenderer,
pageButtonRenderer,
sizePerPageRenderer,
paginationTotalRenderer,
sizePerPageOptionRenderer,
firstPageText,
prePageText,
nextPageText,
lastPageText,
prePageTitle,
nextPageTitle,
firstPageTitle,
lastPageTitle,
onPageChange,
onSizePerPageChange

In most of case, page, sizePerPage, onPageChange and onSizePerPageChange are most important things for developer.

  • page: Current page.
  • sizePerPage: Current size per page.
  • onPageChange: Call it when you nede to change page. This function accept one number argument which indicate the new page
  • onSizePerPageChange: Call it when you nede to change size per page. This function accept two number argument which indicate the new sizePerPage and new page

Here is a online example.

install

npm i react-bootstrap-table2-paginator

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9,356

version

2.0.6

license

MIT

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