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EmberJS Defining Routes


The switch coordinates the present URL with courses in charge of showing layout, stacking information and setting up an application state.

When your application begins, the switch is in charge of showing formats, stacking information, and generally setting up application state. It does as such by coordinating the present URL to the courses that you've characterized.

The switch map() technique is utilized for characterizing the URL mappings that pass a capacity which accepts parameter as an article to make the courses. The {{ connect to }} partner explores the router.

ember create course route-name
It makes the course document application/courses/name_of_the_route.js, a layout for the course at application/formats/name_of_the_route.hbs, and unit test record at tests/unit/courses/route_name_of_the_test.js.
Router.map(function() { 

this.route('link-page', { path: '/way to-interface page' }); 

. 

. 

this.route('link-page', { path: '/way to-connect page' }); 

});
The above code tells the best way to connect the diverse pages by utilizing the switch map. It takes the linkpage name and way as a contention.
S.No. Routes & Description
1 Nested Routes

It determines the settled courses by characterizing a layout inside another template.

2 Dynamic Segments

It starts with a : in the course() strategy pursued by an identifier.

3 Wildcard/Globbing Routes

Wildcard courses are utilized for coordinating the various URL segments.

Example

The following precedent tells the best way to characterize a course to show information. Open the .hbs record made under app/formats/. Here, we have made the record as routedemo.hbs with the accompanying code −

<h2>My Books</h2> 

<ul> 

<li>Java</li> 

<li>jQuery</li> 

<li>JavaScript</li> 

</ul>

Open the router.js record to characterize URL mappings −

import Ember from 'ember'; 

//Access to Ember.js library as factor Ember 

import config from './config/environment'; 

//It gives access to application's arrangement information as factor config  

//The const announces read just variable 

const Router = Ember.Router.extend ({ 

location: config.locationType, 

rootURL: config.rootURL 

}); 

//Defines URL mappings that accepts parameter as an item to make the routes 

Router.map(function() { 

this.route('routedemo'); 

}); 

export default Router;

Create the application.hbs document and include the accompanying code −

//connect to is a handlebar assistant utilized for making links 

{{#link-to 'routedemo'}}BookDetails{{/link-to}} 

{{outlet}} //It is a general partner, where content from different pages will  

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