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In the previous chapter, I introduced the Angular URL routing system and explained how it can be used to control the components that are displayed to the user. The routing system has a lot of features, which I continue to describe in this chapter and in Chapter 27. This emphasis on this chapter is about creating more complex routes, including routes that will match any URL, routes that redirect the browser to other URLs, routes that navigate within a component, and routes that select multiple components. Table 26-1 summarizes the chapter.
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