.NET Core 2.0 With Angular 4 and MySQL, Part 8: Angular Routing

One of every web application’s main features is navigation, and to enable it in our project, we need to use routing. The Angular Router enables navigation from one view to the next as users perform application tasks.
In our navigation menu, we are going to have three menu options: one for the home screen, another one for the owner operations, and the last one for the account operations. Hopefully, this will help you realize the advantages of using multiple modules inside a project and how the lazy content loading helps your application perform better.

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