Angular 2 Routing Part 1
- What is a Router?
- Handle “user enters a URL into the browser”
- Handle “user clicks a link in a page”
- Handle “user actions on a page”
- Query parameters
What is Router?
What is and Why Routing?
- In SPA (Single Page Application), everything happens in one page
- One layout page with partial fragments filling up the content area
- Issues that need to be addressed in SPA application
- How do URLs handled?
- How should “back” button work?
- How should linking between pages work?
- Angular routing comes to rescue
- It helps you in dividing your application into logical views based on URL patterns - in other words, it simulates the navigation behavior of multi-page application
- It also let you bind different views to different components
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