Link to Pages via URLs with Deep Linking in Ionic

By Josh Morony

Primarily, Ionic is a framework for building mobile applications with web tech that look, feel, and behave like “traditional” native applications. Naturally, it makes sense for the architecture of the framework to reflect that of the mobile application world – one that doesn’t rely on the use of URLs for navigation. Unlike the Angular framework that Ionic is built upon, Ionic has its own ideas for navigation that more closely reflect the native mobile app world, not websites.

A big part of using web tech is that it runs just about everywhere, and so naturally if you build something with web tech it can also run… on the web. We’ve seen the rising popularity of, and support for, Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) recently and the Ionic framework is at the forefront of that. A PWA runs on the web and does not rely on app stores or installation to run, so it will just run right there in your normal browser, and that brings prominence back to the URL bar.

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