May 15, 2024, 3:03 p.m. | Anmoldeep Singh

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Pagination is crucial when dealing with large datasets in web applications, ensuring a smoother user experience and optimal performance.

While many tutorials/blogs focus on state management to handle pagination, a more scalable and production-ready approach involves leveraging React Query within a Next.js application. The useInfiniteQuery hook from React Query streamlines our workflow by allowing us to fetch data incrementally from the server while keeping track of whether there’s more to load.

The approach we will be using involves fetching the …

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