ng-view is one of in-build directive that angular uses as a container to switch between views. {info} ngRoute is no longer a part of the base angular.js file, so you'll need to include the angular-route.js file after your the base angular javascript file. We can configure a route by using the “when” function of the $routeProvider. We need to first specify the route, then in a second parameter provide an object with a templateUrl property and a controller property.


ng-view is a directive used with $route to render a partial view in the main page layout. Here in this example, Index.html is our main file and when user lands on "/" route the templateURL home.html will be rendered in Index.html where ng-view is mentioned.

angular.module('ngApp', ['ngRoute'])

      templateUrl: "home.html",
      controller: "homeCtrl"

angular.module('ngApp').controller('homeCtrl',['$scope', function($scope) {
  $scope.welcome= "Welcome to stackoverflow!";

<body ng-app="ngApp">
    <div ng-view></div>

//Home Template URL or home.html

Registration navigation

  1. We injecting the module in the application
  var Registration=angular.module("myApp",["ngRoute"]);
  1. now we use $routeProvider from "ngRoute"
    Registration.config(function($routeProvider) {

  1. finally we integrating the route, we define "/add" routing to the application in case application get "/add" it divert to regi.htm
 Registration.config(function($routeProvider) {
    .when("/add", {
        templateUrl : "regi.htm"