Passing Data to Ionic Modals, Pages & Popover [v4]

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Every Ionic app consist of different pages and a solid navigation is crucial for your app. With Ionic 4 the routing changed to the standard Angular router and there are different ways to show pages and modals.

In this Quick Win we will look at the different options to push pages onto our navigation stack by using the routing system but also how to use other forms like a modal or popover.

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Finally we will also make sure that we can pass data to those new pages so we can display the detailed information or whatever the page needs to display based on the user selection.


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