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Starting with the application routing however, there are a few fundamental changes. How to setup and use routing in Titanium Angular will be described in detail here. If you haven't dealt with routing in Angular before, the Routing & Navigation guide is a great read.

titleUpdated Angular Template

The Angular template was recently updated and now already contains a routing setup. The steps described here are now already built-in into the default Angular template and not required anymore. You can still read through this page for additional information about routing and the reasoning behind the implementation details.

Setting up routing

If you followed our Titanium Angular Getting Started Guide and Titanium Angular Basics guides you noticed that until now everything revolved around the app.component.ts and app.component.html.  Let's change that and move to multiple components and setup the routing for those.

First, open app/src/app/app.component.ts and copy its content to src/app/src/intro.component.ts. Do the same for app/src/app/app.component.html and copy it over to src/app/src/intro.component.html. Open intro.component.ts again and change the component name and its template to reflect those recent changes.


Now that routing is in place, it is time to add a new component and navigate to it using the Angular Router. Create src/app/src/home.component.ts and paste the following code.