Now that we have our app routed, we just need to create links over to those pages.

Instead of using <a href="/about">About</a>, we'll use the Angular 2 router way of linking to different routes:

<a routerLink="/about">About</a>

The router uses the HTML5 History API so that each page we navigate to will be part of the history.

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    Also, unlike Angular 1, we aren't using the hashbang way of routing (ie http://localhost:3000/#/about).

    By default, we will be using HTML5 push-state.

    Chris Sevilleja

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