Chapter 6. Decoupled Navigation Pattern
The Decoupled Navigation pattern defines a methodology for decoupling client-side code and navigation into smaller modular chunks, making the client-side content simpler to create, update, and maintain.
The basis of any web application is its capability to link together two pieces of content. An HTML link, for example, is a one-way link in that clicking it sends you from content A to content B. There is no built-in HTML mechanism that provides a bidirectional link to connect content B with content A. In theory, when clicking on a link that loads another page, there is no way to get back to the original page. A web browser solves that problem by providing a history of navigated pages. Pressing ...
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