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EmberJS Router Dynamic Segment


The trump card courses are utilized to coordinate the various courses. It gets the all courses which are helpful when the client enters a mistaken URL and shows every one of the courses in the URL.

Syntax

Router.map(function() { 

this.route('catchall', {path: '/*wildcard'}); 

}); 

The special case courses begins with bullet (*) image as appeared in the above syntax.

Example

The underneath model determines the trump card courses with numerous URL sections. Open the document made under app/formats/. Here, we have made the document as dynamic-segment.hbs and dynamic-segment1.hbs with the beneath code −

dynamic-segment.hbs

<h3>Key One</h3> 

Name: {{model.name}} 

{{outlet}}

dynamic-segment1.hbs

<h3>Key Two</h3> 

Name: {{model.name}} 

{{outlet}}

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 design information as factor config  

//The const proclaims read just variable 

const Router = Ember.Router.extend ({ 

location: config.locationType, 

rootURL: config.rootURL 

}); 

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

Router.map(function() { 

//definig the routes 

this.route('dynamic-segment', { path: '/dynamic-section/:myId', 

resetNamespace: true }, function() { 

this.route('dynamic-segment1', { path: '/dynamic-segment1/:myId1', 

resetNamespace: true }, function() { 

this.route('item', { path: '/thing/:itemId' }); 

}); 

}); 

}); 

export default Router;

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

<h2 id = "title">Welcome to Ember</h2> 

{{#link-to 'dynamic-segment1' '101' '102'}}Deep Link{{/interface to}} 

<br> 

{{outlet}}

Under routes envelope, characterize the model for dynamic-segment.js and dynamic-segment1.js with the beneath code −

dynamic-segment.hbs

import Ember from 'ember'; 

export default Ember.Route.extend ({ 

//show() strategy is called with the params from the URL 

model(params) { 

return { id: params.myId, name: 'Id ${params.myId}' }; 

} 

});

dynamic-segment1.hbs

import Ember from 'ember'; 

export default Ember.Route.extend ({ 

model(params) { 

return { id: params.myId1, name: 'Id ${params.myId1}' }; 

} 

});