Angular navigation is configured using the routerLink directive. The routerLink directive behaves like an href’s you are familiar with, but it hooks into Angular’s router to navigate between your defined routes.
To create some navigation, I am going into my app component, where the router outlet is in my template. I'll just say SomeNav. I'll create a tag, and instead of href, I am going to use a directive called RouterLink. This RouterLink is going to be empty because that one's going to point to home, when I click on this.
The second one, not href but RouterLink, is going to point to contacts, so this one will load contacts. Just format this a little bit and hit save. You'll see how the navigation of home, contacts, home, contacts change in the URL, and load in those individual modules.
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