A few more words to this topic wouldn't hurt, didn't found anything over google - so i figured it out by myself. It's native possible to do this with table- and list-view, or get the masonary template - BUT everyone wants to infinite their own customized blog views, right?
When you put on the pagination "Infinite => Click" like Lionel described, it wont work for your customized blog views -> because we're missing the class 'cck-loading-more'
Look on your browsers "Inspect Element", where this class is in the
demo-page: exactly one div-container over the first single element of the displayed content type. So it's a box, that adds the loaded content in itself. If you overwrite a position and put the class in there, it wont work, because now it will load all the content in every single element, destroying the page. Unfortunately, i couldn't found a possibility to add the class directly on the div that embraces my single elements.
For me, it looked like this: first embracing div is the class 'cck_page_items' -> then the container, where the class 'cck-loading-more' needs to be: div id="cck1r" class="cck-f100 cck-pad-8"
I solved it by putting a little jQuery, that adds the class directly to the div. To do that, i just set up a module and placed it on a bottom position, so it can be load after the id 'cck1r' is already set:
*script* jQuery( "#cck1r" ).addClass( "cck-loading-more" ); */script* (change the stars to the respective <> brackets, it wont display here otherwise)
That's it, enjoy infinite load on your personal blog view!