I have a single page application (SPA) and currently paging through a list of items does not add items to the browser history. So you have a single entry in history for when you initially navigate to the list but no additional history for each page you view. Then if you view the details of an item on page 3 of the list and then hit
back you will return to the first page of the list, not the third.
I figure the answer is yes but am putting this one out there for the community to advise.
In my particular case I am using AngularJS and my
ngClick callback uses
GET the paged results but could easily rearrange to have the
href in the pager view point to an equivalent