Django REST Framework working with Pagination on APIView

First of all define your custom pagination

And do not forget to add it on your settings.py

Replace ‘your-app’ for the name of your app where you create paginations.py

Then create a view that extends from APIView to add pagination behaviour

Now you can use your new APIView with pagination on your view, on this example the response is a list of some clients

Once you got your view, do not forget to add on urls.py and test it…

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