Introduction to Angular 2 Routing

  • Features included are routing, child routes, named routes, route parameters and auxiliary routes.
  • Now lets look at our root app component and see how we can use the new Router to route between these two components.
  • Each route has a path which is the string that will be used in the browser URL. Then each route has a component that we will route to.

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Learn how to manage large Angular 2 applications and navigation with the new component router using features such as child routing and route parameters.


Introduction to Angular 2 Routing

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