Learn how to implement server-side pagination in Angular with ngx-pagination for receiving large amounts of data in manageable pieces.


In this article we will be looking at server-side pagination and how we can implement it with Angular’s ngx-pagination.

Before we start, let’s look at what we are going to cover and what you should know before going further.


  1. Basic knowledge of Fetch API
  2. Basic knowledge of Angular
  3. Visual Studio Code
  4. Node.js installed

What we will learn

This article will cover the following:

  1. What is server-side pagination?
  2. What is ngx-pagination?
  3. Installing an ngx-pagination package

What is server-side pagination?

Server-side pagination is a way of controlling a subset of data requests that were fetched from a client-side server, and are useful if we don’t want to display all of the data at once. Server-side pagination requires the client to pass in a parameter in order to fetch the relevant information.

To implement server-side pagination in Angular, we have to make use of an Angular pagination package manager called ngx-pagination.

What is ngx-pagination?

Ngx-pagination is an Angular package manger (or tool) that has been made available for server-side pagination. It allows Angular developers to view data by pages, which is useful for receiving data in more manageable pieces.

Ngx-pagination accepts a single argument as an object to confirm the pagination instance interface.

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How to Implement Server-Side Pagination in Angular with ngx-pagination
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