$order parameter determines how the results should be sorted, using the values from the specified columns, similar to a SQL
ORDER BY. Sorting can be performed in either ascending or descending order, the default being ascending, but you can also reverse the order with
For example, to sort our earthquakes by
magnitude, in descending order:
We could sort them in ascending order by replacing
ASC, or by simply omitting it.
$orderclause or at a minimum
$order=:id. That will guarantee that the order of your results will be stable as you page through the dataset.