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Hanami::Pagination

Pagination gem for your hanami applications. Based on ROM::Pagination plugin.

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'hanami-pagination'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install hanami-pagination

Include pagination helpers to view and action:

# in action
module Web::Controllers::Books
  class Index
    include Web::Action
    include Hanami::Pagination::Action

    def call(params)
      # ...
    end
  end
end
# in view
module Web::Views::Books
  class Index
    include Web::View
    include Hanami::Pagination::View
  end
end

After that you need to enable pagination for each repository class:

# in config/initializers/enable_pagination.rb
BookRepository.enable_pagination!
PostRepository.enable_pagination!
# etc

Usage

Now you have special methods for working with pagination in your app.

Action

all_for_page

This helper takes only rom/hanami relation and sets pager expose. Returns array. Example:

module Web::Controllers::Books
  class Index
    include Web::Action
    include Hanami::Pagination::Action

    expose :books

    def call(params)
      repo = BookRepository.new
      @books = all_for_page(repo.books)
    end
  end
end

Also you can set limit (default 100) for each action:

module Web::Controllers::Books
  class Index
    include Web::Action
    include Hanami::Pagination::Action

    expose :books

    def call(params)
      repo = BookRepository.new
      @books = all_for_page(repo.books)
    end

    def limit
      25
    end
  end
end

pager expose

When you include Pagination::Action to your action you get pager getter with Hanami::Pagination::Pager instance. Please check source code for this class. In future I'll add full documentation. Now we support this methods:

  • next_page
  • prev_page
  • total
  • total_pages
  • current_page?
  • pages_range
  • all_pages
  • first_page?
  • last_page?
  • previous_page_path
  • next_page_path
  • n_page_path
  • paginate

View

paginate(page)

Returns <nav> tag with links to first, last and closest pages. For example:

paginate(:items) # where `:items` is a named route

when there is 11 pages, will returns:

<nav class="pagination">
  <a href="/items?page=1" class="pagination-first-page">
    1
  </a>
  <span class="pagination-ellipsis">
    ...
  </span>
  <a href="/items?page=4" class="pagination-previous-page">
    4
  </a>
  <span class="pagination-current-page">
    5
  </span>
  <a href="/items?page=6" class="pagination-next-page">
    6
  </a>
  <span class="pagination-ellipsis">
    ...
  </span>
  <a href="/items?page=11" class="pagination-last-page">
    11
  </a>
</nav>

Every elements has special css-classes, so it is easy to change pagination look.

next_page_url

Returns string with url to next page. Example:

next_page_url # => '/books?page=3'

prev_page_url

Returns string with url to prev page. Example:

prev_page_url # => '/books?page=1'

page_url(page)

Returns string with url to specific page. Example:

page_url(4) # => '/books?page=4'

previous_page_path(page)

Returns string with page path and current params to prev page. Example:

# params => { status: 'active' }
# pager.current_page?(2) => true
previous_page_path(:books) # => '/books?status=active&page=1'

next_page_path(page)

Returns string with page path and current params to next page. Example:

# params => { status: 'inactive' }
# pager.current_page?(1) => true
previous_page_path(:users) # => '/books?status=inactive&page=2'

n_page_path(page, n)

Returns string with page path and current params to specific page. Example:

# params => { status: 'active' }
previous_page_path(:books, 10) # => '/books?status=active&page=10'

Testing

You can use Hanami::Pagination::MockPager class for testing you apps.

View testing

RSpec.describe Web::Views::Books::Show do
  let(:mock_pager) { Hanami::Pagination::MockPager.new(current_page, total_pages) }
  let(:pager) { Hanami::Pagination::Pager.new(mock_pager) }
  let(:exposures) { Hash[pager: pager] }

  let(:current_page) { 1 }
  let(:total_pages) { 10 }

  # ...
end

License

The gem is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.