Pagination is used to divide content, usually lists, into separate pages. For example, when scaffolding a List view, the default scaffolding template generates a table that contains a row for each item in the collection you pass into the view. This is fine for small amounts of data, but if the list contains hundreds of items, your page will take a very long time to load. Ideally, you would like to split your list view into a manageable 5 to 10 items per page view.
In the first edition of this book we used the
PagedList.Mvc NuGet package to make paging using Bootstrap 3 easier. This package is no longer maintained, but there is a drop-in replacement library available on NuGet called
Unfortunately, neither NuGet Packages would ...