The earlier sections of this chapter gave us a good overview of the AngularJS APIs, related to handling navigation in single-page web applications. Here we are going to see practical examples of using those APIs, and discuss the best related practices.
The HTML anchor tag (
a) is a primary tool for creating navigation links. AngularJS has special treatment for those links and the following subsections will guide through AngularJS specifics.
AngularJS comes pre-bundled with the
a directive, which prevents default actions on links when the
href attribute is omitted. This allows us to create clickable elements using the
a tag and the
ng-click directive. For example, we ...