PEAR::Pager Tutorials

I'm often asked questions on how to use PEAR::Pager in a number of cases, from paginating database results in an efficient way, to the combined use of Pager and javascript or Pager + AJAX, to the use of Pager and mod_rewrite.

Since those questions are recurring over and over in my mailbox or on the pear mailing-lists, I decided to write this series of small tutorials, starting from the most popular question: How to efficiently paginate database results.

PEAR::Pager Tutorials Index

Do you want me to cover a particular topic? Are you interested in using Pager in an unusual way? Please send me a mail with your idea. PEAR Pager Tutorials - Lorenzo Alberton




Lorenzo Alberton

Lorenzo Alberton Lorenzo has been working with large enterprise UK companies for the past 10+ years and is currently CTO at DataSift. He's an international conference speaker and a long-time contributor to many open source projects. Lorenzo Alberton's profile on GitHub Lorenzo Alberton's profile on LinkedIN View Lorenzo Alberton's profile on PHP PEAR
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