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7 Routing and Navigation

What Is HashLocationStrategy?

What Is HashLocationStrategy?
To enable HashLocationStrategy in an Angular app you pass {useHash: true} when you providing routes with router module and it like this.

  //Composability and Grouping
  //imports used for composing modules together.
  imports: [
    BrowserModule,
    //enableTracing enables debugging purposes only
    //useHash enables the location strategy that uses the URL fragment instead of the history API.
    RouterModule.forRoot(appRoots, { enableTracing: trueuseHash:true })
  ],

The HashLocationStrategy add the route path to the hash (#) in the browser’s URL.

The hash (#) part of the URL is called the hash fragment.
When using HashLocationStrategy for routing and providing a base Href, it always placed after the hash (#) e.g.

http://localhost:8080/#/UserDetail/1

The Hash style routing using the anchor tags technique to achieve client side routing and URL never sent to the server.

The anchor tag, when used along with the hash (#) allows us to jump to a place, within apps.

The URL would look like this -
1.      http://localhost:8080
2.      http://localhost:8080/#/Users
3.      http://localhost:8080/#/UserDetail/1
In the above URLs “#/Users” and “#/UserDetail/1” never sent to the server.


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