next page url does not have the .js format appended
Support Staff2 Posted by Sascha on 31 May, 2012 09:29 AM
the API currently always removes the format extension (.js,
.json) as it is really only a workaround and actually HTTP headers
should be used for content type negotiation.
There's no way to add ".js" to all the URLs in a response right
now. We're rethinking some of this and might add it in the future.
In the meantime you could just use a regular expression to rewrite
the URL yourself.