Svelte Lazy Loading, Search & Sorting

Svelte Lazy Loading, Search & Sorting

Learn how to filter, paginate and sort using Svelte & Sapper. We will compare Frontend and Backend API Filtering with two different API Endpoints. One will b...

Learn how to filter, paginate and sort using Svelte & Sapper. We will compare Frontend and Backend API Filtering with two different API Endpoints. One will be a simple endpoint where you return all the data and we will filter everything in the frontend, the other will be an endpoint where we will apply custom Pagination, Search & Sorting. ​ Source Code: https://github.com/scalablescripts/sv... ​ Search API: https://github.com/scalablescripts/se...

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