Adding pagination in Angular app can be tricky because the moment you start searching for pagination you will find a lot of pagination libraries. Using ready-made libraries can be a good option in simple applications but not in complex apps. Customisation is very limited in ready-made libraries so in such cases we should prefer to create a reusable pagination component from scratch. Starting anything from scratch requires a lot of research but don’t worry I got it covered. We will use Bootstrap for cosmetics and Node.js for mock APIs. Let’s start with steps.

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Navanath Jadhav

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