Prevent Access to Pages in Ionic with Angular Route Guards



By Josh Morony

In a previous tutorial, I covered how we would implement Angular routing in an Ionic 4.x application. When Ionic 4 is released, there will be more of a focus on using the baked in Angular routing, rather than Ionic’s own push/pop style routing (this style of navigation will still be available, though).


In this tutorial, we are going to cover how to use route guards with Angular routing to prevent access to certain routes if certain conditions have not been met. A common example of this is preventing access to certain pages if the user is not logged in, and that is what we will be focusing on.

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