If you’re following our articles on Angular you might know that, a couple of months ago, we’ve written about the new router, how it can be used, and how it differs from the ngRoute standard router. Whereas we mostly touched on using the router in Angular 1 applications, this article discusses how it can be used in Angular 2 applications. We won’t talk about how to get started with Angular 2. We assume that we’re all familiar with the installation process and how to bootstrap a small Angular 2 application. If this is entirely new to you, I recommend checking out our articles on developing a zippy component or developing a tabs component in Angular 2. Another great starting point is the starter kit by our friends over at AngularClass.