Angular Routing

This course is all about Angular's routing features. You'll learn how to define multiple routes, pass data to routes, preload data for your views, and more.
Course info
Rating
(432)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Aug 20, 2019
Duration
4h 49m
Table of contents
Course Overview
Introduction
Routing Basics
Routing to Features
Route Parameters
Prefetching Data Using Route Resolvers
Child Routes
Grouping and Component-less Routes
Styling, Animating, and Watching Routes
Secondary Routes
Route Guards
Lazy Loading
Final Words
Description
Course info
Rating
(432)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Aug 20, 2019
Duration
4h 49m
Description

There is more to routing in Angular than just moving the user between multiple views of an application. In this course, Angular Routing, you'll discover how to define multiple routes and pass data to routes. Next, you'll explore how to preload data for your views and group your routes. Then, you'll learn how to guard your routes. Finally, you'll go through how to add styling and animation, and even improve performance by asynchronously loading your routes. When you are finished with this course, you'll have the knowledge you need to leverage more sophisticated routing features and support more real-world routing scenarios.

About the author
About the author

Deborah Kurata is a software developer, consultant, Pluralsight author, Google Developer Expert (GDE) and Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP). Follow her on twitter: @deborahkurata

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
(Music) Hello. My name is Deborah Kurata. Welcome to my course, Angular Routing, from Pluralsight. There is more to routing in Angular than just moving the user between multiple views of an application. After covering the basics, this course details how to configure child routes to build a tabbed edit form and secondary routes to display multiple routable panels. Sometimes you need to pass a little data to your routes with parameters. You'll see how to use required, optional, and query parameters. To make your app more visually appealing, you'll walk through how to style and animate routes, and react to route events to display a spinner while the route is loading. You'll learn how to pre-fetch data required for a route and guard routes to add permissions or prevent the user from leaving a route without confirmation. And you'll discover how to improve your application startup time by asynchronously loading your routes using lazy loading. By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge you need to leverage more sophisticated routing features and support more real world routing scenarios. I hope you'll join me on this journey through Angular Routing, from Pluralsight.