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Beginners Guide to Angular 4: Routing

Beginners Guide to Angular 4: Routing

  • Angular provides a Router to make it easier to define routes for the web applications and to navigate from one view to another view in the application.
  • Create and export a variable called in the , which would be a collection of all routes inside the Angular application.
  • Here is how the file looks: – – Save the above changes and restart the Angular application using .
  • Here is how the modified code looks: – – Here is how the file looks: – – Save the above changes and restart the web application.
  • Add the following code: – – Create a file called and add the following code: – – You’ll be adding a wild card route to handle non-existent routes.

In the second part of the beginner’s guide to Angular tutorial series, you learnt what services are in Angular 4 and how to write Angular services and use them in an Angular component. In this part…

In the second part of the beginner’s guide to Angular tutorial series, you learnt what services are in Angular 4 and how to write Angular services and use them in an Angular component. 

In this part of the tutorial series, you’ll learn how to handle routing in Angular 4.

You’ll start by cloning the source code from the first part of the tutorial series.

Once you have the source code, navigate to the project directory and install the required dependencies.

cd AngularComponent npm install

After the dependencies have been installed, start the application by typing the following command:

ng serve

You should have the application running on http://localhost:4200/.

When a user enters a web application or website, routing is their means of navigating throughout the application. To change from one view to another, the user clicks on the available links on a page.

Angular provides a Router to make it easier to define routes for the web applications and to navigate from one view to another view in the application.

folder.

from @angular/router.

import { RouterModule, Routes } from ‘@angular/router’;

module for implementing routing.

import { ModuleWithProviders } from ‘@angular/core/src/metadata/ng_module’;

, which would be a collection of all routes inside the Angular application.

is for creating routes for lazy loaded modules.

to create routes for the root application.

Beginners Guide to Angular 4: Routing

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