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RouterLink

directive

Lets you link to specific routes in your app.

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NgModule

Selectors

Properties

Property Description
@Input()queryParams: { [k: string]: any; }
@Input()fragment: string
@Input()queryParamsHandling: QueryParamsHandling
@Input()preserveFragment: boolean
@Input()skipLocationChange: boolean
@Input()replaceUrl: boolean
@Input()state?: { [k: string]: any; }
@Input()routerLink: string | any[] Write-Only
@Input()preserveQueryParams: boolean Write-Only
urlTree: UrlTree Read-Only

Description

Consider the following route configuration: [{ path: 'user/:name', component: UserCmp }]. When linking to this user/:name route, you use the RouterLink directive.

If the link is static, you can use the directive as follows: <a routerLink="/user/bob">link to user component</a>

If you use dynamic values to generate the link, you can pass an array of path segments, followed by the params for each segment.

For instance ['/team', teamId, 'user', userName, {details: true}] means that we want to generate a link to /team/11/user/bob;details=true.

Multiple static segments can be merged into one (e.g., ['/team/11/user', userName, {details: true}]).

The first segment name can be prepended with /, ./, or ../:

  • If the first segment begins with /, the router will look up the route from the root of the app.
  • If the first segment begins with ./, or doesn't begin with a slash, the router will instead look in the children of the current activated route.
  • And if the first segment begins with ../, the router will go up one level.

You can set query params and fragment as follows:

<a [routerLink]="['/user/bob']" [queryParams]="{debug: true}" fragment="education">
  link to user component
</a>

RouterLink will use these to generate this link: /user/bob#education?debug=true.

(Deprecated in v4.0.0 use queryParamsHandling instead) You can also tell the directive to preserve the current query params and fragment:

<a [routerLink]="['/user/bob']" preserveQueryParams preserveFragment>
  link to user component
</a>

You can tell the directive how to handle queryParams. Available options are:

  • 'merge': merge the queryParams into the current queryParams
  • 'preserve': preserve the current queryParams
  • default/'': use the queryParams only

Same options for NavigationExtras#queryParamsHandling.

<a [routerLink]="['/user/bob']" [queryParams]="{debug: true}" queryParamsHandling="merge">
  link to user component
</a>

You can provide a state value to be persisted to the browser's History.state property (See https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/History#Properties). It's used as follows:

<a [routerLink]="['/user/bob']" [state]="{tracingId: 123}">
  link to user component
</a>

And later the value can be read from the router through router.getCurrentNavigation. For example, to capture the tracingId above during the NavigationStart event:

// Get NavigationStart events
router.events.pipe(filter(e => e instanceof NavigationStart)).subscribe(e => {
  const navigation = router.getCurrentNavigation();
  tracingService.trace({id: navigation.extras.state.tracingId});
});

The router link directive always treats the provided input as a delta to the current url.

For instance, if the current url is /user/(box//aux:team).

Then the following link <a [routerLink]="['/user/jim']">Jim</a> will generate the link /user/(jim//aux:team).

See createUrlTree for more information.

Methods

onClick(): boolean

Parameters

There are no parameters.

Returns

boolean

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https://angular.io/api/router/RouterLink