Intro + Preview for the Pagination Component
2:59
Pagination Bar Mockup
5:38
Pagination within GitHub's API
5:55
Calculating and Displaying the Correct Number of Pages
5:06
Active and Disabled States - Styling and Guardrails to Help the User
3:43
Query Params - Saving Page Number
5:21
Multiple Query Params
6:24
Changing # of Results Per Page
8:43
Using Pagination with Preloaded Data
5:47
Conclusion
1:36
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Chapter 4 of 5 in Advanced Components: Slots
Query Params - Saving Page Number

Query Params are a great way to save and share the state of the app, using the URL.

In this lesson, we're adding the pageNumber Query Param to the Pagination component, learning how to use $route.query and $router.push to find and change the query params.

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