When our frontend gets a paginated result from an API, we have to handle not only paging, but also sorting of the outcome. In this post, I show how to create a custom sorting component that works well with a standard Page object returned by a Spring Boot API.
When pagination is performed on the backend side of a web application, we need to support this feature on the frontend. Read this post to see how you can easily handle Spring Boot Page object in an Angular app.
Providing pagination for displaying large set of data will improve user experience and reduce the response time. Spring Boot comes with out-of-the-box solution for handling pagination, so let’s check how to implement it in an example application.