[Neo] Traversers in the REST API

Alastair James al.james at gmail.com
Thu Apr 8 21:27:33 CEST 2010


>What I want to avoid
>is keeping state on the server while waiting for the client to request the
>next page.

You are quite right. However, I think for many use cases (e.g. generating a
paginated list of results on a webpage) it would not be necessary to store
state on the server.

That would be more similar to a SQL cursor, what I am talking about is
simply SQL LIMIT, OFFSET and ORDER BY.

Cheers

Al

On 8 April 2010 17:23, Tobias Ivarsson <tobias.ivarsson at neotechnology.com>wrote:

> What I want to avoid
> is keeping state on the server while waiting for the client to request the
> next page.
>



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