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Lorenzo Alberton's Blog:
PEARPager - Navigation with Pager and AJAX (or simple Javascript)
October 03, 2006 @ 13:15:43

Lorenzo Alberton is back today with another tutorial dealing with the PEAR::Pager class. This time, he focuses on using it with some simple Javascript and Ajax.

Not everyone has jumped on the (Ajax) bandwagon, though, and many libraries still exist without implementing this feature, so you're faced with the dilemma: should I keep using that old library and give up my cool AJAX ideas, or should I implement my own version?

If you're looking for a pager class with these requisites, I'm happy to reassure you about PEAR::Pager: it is AJAX-ready, and has been since a long time ago. 100% buzzword-compliance guaranteed!

He gives two examples of what he means - one just using the Pager package to create Javascript lists and divide them into paginated chunks and the other to work with an Ajax connection (via PEAR::HTML_AJAX) to grab the data and push it into a container DIV on the page.

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