In what sense do you want to paginate? In the JSON files, in Jekyll rendering the JSON, in getting the JSON on the frontend with JS?
So I want to paginate the records inside this files
Can you provide a sample of what this looks like? Such as if you have 1000 rows in your JSON file and you want 5 files of 200 rows each? That can be achieved from the shell with Python, Node, Ruby, etc. Or Ruby if you want a plugin to do it for you.
If you have say 3 API calls, you’ll get 3 JSON files in
_data, by the sound of how your plugin works.
Are those identical calls for multiple pages, or 3 different endpoints?