Places (Search) API Developer's Guide

Pagination of Collections

Large collections are paginated (set into a list of pages) using hyperlinks to point to the next and previous page of items. Collections are wrapped in a paginator object that provides access to the pagination status as well as the items on the current page.

Whether the available attribute is present and the amount of the items within a page depends on the use case. For example, in the future, when searching for an airport, the search resource may give a response where the first page only contains results within a maximum distance. In this scenario, a request for the next "page" could return results with a larger maximum distance. In other words, the amount of results on a page are dependent on both the amount of results and use case criteria.

An example of a paginator object:

{
  "available": 26,
  "next": "http://alphabet.com/page/3",
  "offset": 3,
  "items": ["d", "e", "f"]
}

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