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Josip Bojčić

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15 November 20186 min read
How to reuse common layouts in Angular using Router

Most of the web apps I worked on so far, had a design where different pages are using common layout. For example layout which consists of header, footer and sidebar, which are fixed for each page, and the content which varies by the page. Logical idea is to try to extract and reuse common parts. Based on the Angular docs, Pluralsight courses and other materials I found, I came up with two possible options. To better explain those options, let’s first define example project. Example Project Let’

Angularpost-image
15 November 20186 min read
How to reuse common layouts in Angular using Router

Most of the web apps I worked on so far, had a design where different pages are using common layout. For example layout which consists of header, footer and sidebar, which are fixed for each page, and the content which varies by the page. Logical idea is to try to extract and reuse common parts. Based on the Angular docs, Pluralsight courses and other materials I found, I came up with two possible options. To better explain those options, let’s first define example project. Example Project Let’

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Angularpost-imageHow to reuse common layouts in Angular using Router

15 November 2018

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Most of the web apps I worked on so far, had a design where different pages are using common layout. For example layout which consists of header, footer and sidebar, which are fixed for each page, and the content which varies by the page. Logical idea is to try to extract and reuse common parts. Based on the Angular docs, Pluralsight courses and other materials I found, I came up with two possible options. To better explain those options, let’s first define example project. Example Project Let’

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