You can utilize the Angular Router and use the Drawer as a navigational component.
The Router enables you to load modules which act as root modules for specific paths. The Angular Router loads separate modules for separate components and bootstraps the components. This approach is useful when the paths do not share any main components—for example, public vs. admin sections. To use shared components, move the components into a shared module and import it in the separate module.
To set the functionality, use either of the following approaches:
- Use the
selectevent to navigate to the route which is represented by the Drawer.
- Use a template to add the
routerLinkdirective to the item link. To expand the link element so it fits the whole Drawer item, you can apply the
k-drawer-linkCSS class to it.
This approach enables you to navigate to the routes upon clicking the Drawer items and by using the
RouterLink directive. The directive is generated from the routes that are available in the router configuration.
The following example demonstrates how to convert the routes to an array of
DrawerItems and navigate to the selected item route in the