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Add Client Side Routing in ASP.NET Core

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As an ASP.NET Core developer you are familiar with server side routing. If you ever worked with JavaScript frameworks such as Angular you might be familiar with their client side routing capabilities. You are probably aware that many frameworks and libraries offer a client side that enables client side routing capabilities for your JavaScript code. For real-world professional web apps it makes sense to pick some robust and feature rich client side routing mechanism. But for simple purposes and for learning how client side routing works, it would be good to write some code that implements such a capabilities. To that end this article illustrates how a simple client side router can be built using JavaScript.


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