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<h1>Infinite scrolling throttled</h1>
<div class="item color-1">Block 1</div>
<div class="item color-2">Block 2</div>
<div class="item color-3">Block 3</div>
<div class="item color-4">Block 4</div>
body {
   background: #444444;
   color: white;
   font: 15px/1.51 system, -apple-system, ".SFNSText-Regular", "San Francisco", "Roboto", "Segoe UI", "Helvetica Neue", "Lucida Grande", sans-serif;
   margin:0 auto;
   max-width:600px;
   padding:20px;
}
.item {
  border:4px solid white;
  height:120px;
  width:100%;
  margin-bottom:50px;
  background:#333;
  padding:20px;
}



.color-1 { border-color: #9BFFBB}
.color-2 { border-color: #B9C6FF}
.color-3 { border-color: #FFA3D8}
.color-4 { border-color: #FF8E9B}
// Very simple example.
// Probably you would want to use a 
// full-featured plugin like
// https://github.com/infinite-scroll/infinite-scroll/blob/master/jquery.infinitescroll.js
$(document).ready(function(){
  
  // Check every 200ms the scroll position
  $(document).on('scroll', _.throttle(function(){
    check_if_needs_more_content();
  }, 300));

  function check_if_needs_more_content() {     
    pixelsFromWindowBottomToBottom = 0 + $(document).height() - $(window).scrollTop() -$(window).height();
    
  // console.log($(document).height());
  // console.log($(window).scrollTop());
  // console.log($(window).height());
  //console.log(pixelsFromWindowBottomToBottom);
    
    
    if (pixelsFromWindowBottomToBottom < 200){
      // Here it would go an ajax request
      $('body').append($('.item').clone()); 
      
    }
  }
});
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