This Course in a Nutshell
In this course, we are going to learn in detail the advantages of building a frontend UI as a single–page application, as opposed to a traditional multi–page application.
Single–page applications (or SPAs) have been around for years now, and are today more popular than ever as a simplified way to build enterprise frontends or internet product dashboards.
SPAs typically give the end–user a much better user experience, due to their better–perceived performance and responsiveness. In this course, we will learn how to use the Angular Router to turn our Angular application into a SPA.
We are going take as a starting point a small Angular application that does not have any routing yet. We are then going to learn how to configure the Angular Router from scratch. We will assume no prior Angular Router knowledge, as we explain everything from first principles.
We will start by introducing the essential router concepts such as route configuration, paths, router outlets, and router navigation links. From these essential concepts, will build a much more advanced routing scenario.
We will learn how to build a master–detail with detail–to–detail navigation scenario, and we will use this example to introduce all the advanced routing concepts and powerful features that the Angular Router offers us.
Courses : 15
Specification: Angular Router In Depth