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Implementing our first route

Implementing our first route: Building a Mobile App with AngularJS 1 and Ionic
Implementing our first route: Building a Mobile App with AngularJS 1 and Ionic

When using Ionic and AngularJS, you must implement routes in order to create regular navigation in the application that you are building. Doing so in Ionic is unique because it does not use the default route provider service. Learn how to implement your first route in this online video, which includes configuring a particular state, modifying tabs, and much more.

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Mobile Web Web Web Design Web Development Projects Angular

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