Router outlet is a component used in routing within an Angular app. It behaves in a similar way to Angular's built-in router outlet component, but contains the logic for providing a stacked navigation, and animating views in and out.
Although router outlet has methods for navigating around, it's recommended to use the navigation methods in Angular's router.
Routes rendered in a Router Outlet have access to specific Ionic events that are wired up to animations
||Fired when the component being routed to is about to animate in.|
||Fired when the component being routed to has animated in.|
||Fired when the component being routed from is about to animate.|
||Fired when the component being routed from has animated.|
These event tie into Ionic's animation system and can be used to coordinate parts of your app when a Components is done with it's animation. These events are not a replacement for Angular's own event system, but an addition.
For handling Router Guards, the older
ionViewCanLeave have been replaced with their framework specific equivalent. For Angular, there are
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