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Author: Nathan Strutz (All RIAForge projects by this author)
Pagination.cfc is the premier paging library for ColdFusion programmers. Anywhere that you plan to show large amounts of data to a user, consider paginating that data with this component.
Some features of Pagination.cfc:
* Turns a large amount of data into a smaller paged set
* Paginates query datasets, arrays or structs
* Caches output for speedy delivery
* Many options, very customizable
* Overridable and extendable
* Fully documented
* Examples provided
* Can output numbered links
* Can emulate popular sites (such as Google)
* Drops in your current application easily
Changes from 1.0RC: Improved error messages to let you know if you missed a step (such as init or not passing a query).
Check the examples for yourself, they are included in the download, as is the documentation.
Recent Blog Entries:
8/13/14 I'm going to NCDevCon!
7/25/14 Dopefly is on ColdFusion 11
2/17/14 Craigslist as free cloud storage for your physical stuff
5/2/13 Yes, I will be at CF.Objective() 2013
5/1/13 Yes, I will be at MAX (kind of)
ColdFusion 6.1 + (and some data to paginate)
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