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Routing In #Angular4 by @gulershad cc @CsharpCorner #AngularJS #Angular

Routing In #Angular4 by @gulershad cc @CsharpCorner  #AngularJS #Angular

  • A set of partial page loading rule and urls is defined in router to render or load partial pages based on user request.
  • So, sub routers should be defined like below, This router will import the corresponding component and define the path named “birds” to load its partial page defines inside the component like below, This router will import the corresponding component and define the path named “birds” to load its partial page defines inside the component like below, You can download and check other component’s router details in more details from the attached code.
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    Conclusion

    Routes and RouterModule are the important part of Angular 4’s router.

  • It provides flexibility to create sub-router and call into one main router for the different components.
  • It provides flexibility to create sub-router and call into one main router for the different components.

This article will explain the concept of routing in Angular 4.

@CsharpCorner: Routing In #Angular4 by @gulershad cc @CsharpCorner #AngularJS #Angular

Angular framework is mainly focused and good for the SPA (Single Page Architecture). It loads a single full HTML page and dynamically loads or updates the partial pages as per user request. And, that is achieved with the help of router. A set of partial page loading rule and urls is defined in router to render or load partial pages based on user request.    

Routing In Angular 4

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