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Mastering Web Application Development with AngularJS by Pawel Kozlowski, Peter Bacon Darwin

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Chapter 6. Organizing Navigation

In previous chapters, we've learnt how to fetch data from a back-end, edit those data using AngularJS-powered forms, and display the data on individual pages by employing various directives. In this chapter, we will see how to organize separate screens into a fully functional, easy-to-navigate-through application.

Well-designed and easy-to-remember URLs (Uniform resource locators) play a vital role in structuring an application for our users. It allows them to move effectively between different screens, using browser features with which they are comfortable. AngularJS includes various services and directives that bring URL support found in Web 1.0 applications to single-page web applications, most notably the following ...

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