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  1. $location
  2. provider in module ng

Use the $locationProvider to configure how the application deep linking paths are stored.

Methods

  • hashPrefix([prefix]);

    The default value for the prefix is '!'.

    Parameters

    Param Type Details
    prefix
    (optional)
    string

    Prefix for hash part (containing path and search)

    Returns

    *

    current value if used as getter or itself (chaining) if used as setter

  • html5Mode([mode]);

    Parameters

    Param Type Details
    mode
    (optional)
    booleanObject

    If boolean, sets html5Mode.enabled to value. If object, sets enabled, requireBase and rewriteLinks to respective values. Supported properties:

    • enabled{boolean} – (default: false) If true, will rely on history.pushState to change urls where supported. Will fall back to hash-prefixed paths in browsers that do not support pushState.
    • requireBase - {boolean} - (default: true) When html5Mode is enabled, specifies whether or not a tag is required to be present. If enabled and requireBase are true, and a base tag is not present, an error will be thrown when $location is injected. See the $location guide for more information
    • rewriteLinks - {boolean|string} - (default: true) When html5Mode is enabled, enables/disables URL rewriting for relative links. If set to a string, URL rewriting will only happen on links with an attribute that matches the given string. For example, if set to 'internal-link', then the URL will only be rewritten for <a internal-link> links. Note that attribute name normalization does not apply here, so 'internalLink' will not match 'internal-link'.

    Returns

    Object

    html5Mode object if used as getter or itself (chaining) if used as setter

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https://code.angularjs.org/1.6.5/docs/api/ng/provider/$locationProvider