JimmyBanks JimmyBanks - 4 months ago 9
PHP Question

jQuery get, receive an int value from the php?

I am making a load more paginate button, I'm stuck at two things that are both similar. I don't have a way of increasing pages, and I don't have a way for the script to know when the paginate is finished. Here is my jQuery code for the load more:

$(document).on('click', '#loadmore', function() {
$.get('/artistprofileloadmore.php?page=2&aid=$aid', function(data) {
$("#append").append(data);
});
});


I can easily solve this if there is a way for the jQuery to receive a variable value from the php file. So is there? Simply put, if the paginate is finished, the variable $end=1 is set, otherwise it is set to 0, is there a way I can use the jQuery to check when the variable $end==1 and then I would remove the div #loadmore to remove the next page button.

For the next page, is there a way that I can set jQuery to increase a variable every time it is run, which will increase the page number? The variable would be used instead of this two:

?page=2


and increase every click

Answer

From PHP return a JSON like this {"artists"="The Artists profiles","isLast"=true}

var pageNum = 1;
$(document).on('click', '#loadmore', function () {
    $.get('/artistprofileloadmore.php?page=' + pageNum + '&aid=$aid', function (data) {
        $("#append").append(data.artists);
        if(data.isLast){
          $('#loadmore').hide();
        }else{
           pageNum++;
        }
    });
});

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