Angular 6 References/ Router
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ActivatedRoute

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Contains the information about a route associated with a component loaded in an outlet. An ActivatedRoute can also be used to traverse the router state tree.

Example

@Component({...})
class MyComponent {
  constructor(route: ActivatedRoute) {
    const id: Observable<string> = route.params.map(p => p.id);
    const url: Observable<string> = route.url.map(segments => segments.join(''));
    // route.data includes both `data` and `resolve`
    const user = route.data.map(d => d.user);
  }
}
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Properties

snapshot#

snapshot: ActivatedRouteSnapshot
The current snapshot of this route.

url#

url: Observable<UrlSegment[]>
An observable of the URL segments matched by this route.

params#

params: Observable<Params>
An observable of the matrix parameters scoped to this route.

queryParams#

queryParams: Observable<Params>
An observable of the query parameters shared by all the routes.

fragment#

fragment: Observable<string>
An observable of the URL fragment shared by all the routes.

data#

data: Observable<Data>
An observable of the static and resolved data of this route.

outlet#

outlet: string
The outlet name of the route.

component#

component: Type<any> | string | null
The component of the route.

routeConfig#

routeConfig: Route | null
The configuration used to match this route.

root#

root: ActivatedRoute
The root of the router state.

parent#

parent: ActivatedRoute | null
The parent of this route in the router state tree.

firstChild#

firstChild: ActivatedRoute | null
The first child of this route in the router state tree.

children#

children: ActivatedRoute[]
The children of this route in the router state tree.

pathFromRoot#

pathFromRoot: ActivatedRoute[]
The path from the root of the router state tree to this route.

paramMap#

paramMap: Observable<ParamMap>
TODO

queryParamMap#

queryParamMap: Observable<ParamMap>
TODO