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Angular Routing

Purpose of the Article: To improve my knowledge and skills

Intended Audience: Web and mobile application development professionals

Tools and Technology: Angular V13, Bootstrap

Keywords: Angular Routing, ng Routing

Why is Angular Routing Used?

Based on user requirements, it is necessary to navigate from one component view to another component view. For this purpose, we use Angular Routing.

Steps to using Angular Routing

Step (1) : Generate Components

Step (2) : Configure Routes

Step (3) : Add Buttons or Links and use directives to navigate

Step (1) : Generate Components

To generate components in angular by using the following command in the Angular command prompt.

Commandà ng generate component name

Ex:   ng g c login

In this Project, there are two components.

Number one:

Number two:

Here you can see the two components in src.

Step (2) : Configure Routes

Basic Structure of routing module:

  • Angular provides default NgModule

  • In the const route, two objectives are added.
  • We can observe the below image.

The components are imported automatically in the app.module.ts file also. We can observe the below image.

Step (3) : Add Buttons or Links and use directives to navigate

  • We can write our code in login.component.html and use login.component.css for styling purposes.
  • We can observe the below image.

app.component.html

app.component.css

login.component.html

login.component.css

signup.component.html

signup.component.css

  • To Run the code by using the following command
  • ng serve

  • Whenever we click on Login, We can observe the login page. Here we can see the output.

  • Whenever we click on Signup, We can navigate to the signup page. Here we can see the output.

 

 

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