Pagination provides a better way of handling when you are dealing with massive data. Here in this blog, I will help you develop a basic React Pagination demo using Material UI. You can get your hands on Material UI and explore more by visiting the official documentation.
Without further ado, let’s code!
Steps to implement ReactJS Pagination using Material UI.
Follow these instructions step-by-step to get started.
Creating React App and Navigating to the project
npx create-react-app react-pagination-demo
Installing Material UI
yarn add @material-ui/core @material-ui/lab
npm install @material-ui/core @material-ui/lab
Now, open your application react-pagination-demo and navigate to App.js and start coding with me step by step. For simplicity, I’ll write the entire code in App.js; you can split if you want.
Importing Material UI components and useState
Initializing React Hooks
Creating static data to display
Implement design using makeStyles
Create a method for handling the page click
Create a method for handling the rows per page
Now, it’s time to implement the UI.
Mapping over the columns
Mapping over the rows and displaying static data
Implementing TablePagination tag
We will call handleChangePage function using onChangePage prop and handleChangeRowsPerPage function using OnChangeRowsPerPage. Whenever the user clicks to paginate or to change rows per page, these functions will execute respectively.
Once you are done implementing the above code snippets, your App.js would be like this-
So, this was a step-by-step guide for implementing React Pagination using Material UI. I hope this tutorial has helped you understand React Pagination as you’ve expected.
Top comments (1)
This is good Chandresh. Probably a link where this component can be demoed would have been awesome. We can try putting this in jsfiddle