If you come from an Ionic 1 or Angular 1 background, then you would be used to handling navigation through routing with URLs, states and so on. It is actually still possible to use the old style of navigation in Ionic 2, but it’s not something I’ve paid much attention to so if you’re interested I’d recommend you take a look at this article.
The focus in Ionic 2 though is using a navigation stack, which involves pushing views onto the navigation stack and popping them off. Before we get into the specifics of how to implement this style of navigation in Ionic 2, let’s try to get a conceptual understanding of how it works first.
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