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    Map a Second Angular Route to a Component

    John LindquistJohn Lindquist

    Mapping Angular routes to components is fairly straight-forward, but if you’re not going to lazy load in modules, then you’ll need to make sure to reference each Component you’re using in your main App Module.

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    00:00 I'll create a second component in a folder called contacts. I'll say contacts.component.ts. This will just be a component with a template, this is a ContactsComponent. We'll export the class, ContactsComponent.

    00:17 Inside our app routes, just create another path. I'll duplicate this one. We'll say the path here is Contacts. When we hit Contacts, we want to load the ContactsComponent. We also need to declare in my AppModule the ContactsComponent.

    00:33 Now, I'm going to hit Save. I'll let this refresh and then I'll go to /contacts. Hit Enter. You see this is the ContactsComponent. If I go back to the route, you'll see that this is the HomeComponent.

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