How to route pages with controllers

Routing seems to be very difficult until you try it. But its very pretty simple once you understood the concept.

First of all include angular-route.js file in your html pages

Now in module declare it like shown below

var app = angular.module(‘myApp’, [‘ngRoute’]);

Now just use your routeprovider to finish the task like shown below

app.config(function ($routeProvider) {
.when(‘/show/:id’, {                        // if you want to pass query string like id,name etc.
templateUrl: ‘show.html’,            // give the template details
controller: ‘showController’      // controller details
}).when(‘/display’, {
templateUrl: ‘display.html’,
controller: ‘displayController’

$routeProvider.otherwise(‘/index.html’); //default case


What for you looking for dude?? thats it. Its done 😀

You can check it now.


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