X.PagedList 1.24.1.300

PagedList makes it easier for .Net developers to write paging code. It allows you to take any IEnumerable(T) and by specifying the page size and desired page index, select only a subset of that list. PagedList also provides properties that are useful when building UI paging controls.

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Install-Package X.PagedList -Version 1.24.1.300
dotnet add package X.PagedList --version 1.24.1.300
<PackageReference Include="X.PagedList" Version="1.24.1.300" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add X.PagedList --version 1.24.1.300
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X.PagedList.Mvc.Core
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X.PagedList.Mvc
Library for easily paging through any IEnumerable/IQueryable in ASP.NET MVC
X.PagedList.EntityFramework
An async/await enabled extension for https://github.com/kpi-ua/X.PagedList
Ran.Site.Domain.Shared
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Ran.Site.Web
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EdiWang/Moonglade
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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
8.0.7 91,597 4/16/2020
8.0.5 16,202 3/22/2020
7.9.0 203,224 9/8/2019
7.6.0 329,512 9/26/2018
7.5.0 112,706 6/3/2018
7.2.4 27,516 3/6/2018
7.2.2 11,620 1/5/2018
7.2.0 31,258 12/9/2017
7.1.7 37,930 11/6/2017
7.1.3 636 11/2/2017
7.1.0 86,100 6/11/2017
7.0.2 579 6/10/2017
7.0.1 570 6/8/2017
7.0.0 19,312 5/12/2017
5.3.0.5300 57,441 8/31/2016
5.1.0.5000 20,550 6/19/2016
1.24.1.320 59,998 12/23/2015
1.24.1.300 36,113 12/20/2015
1.24.0.250-beta 672 10/10/2015
1.22.5.150 39,746 12/6/2014
1.20.2.37 4,837 1/21/2014
1.20.2.35 522 1/18/2014
1.20.0.1 805 1/6/2014
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