Routing

Route Guards

Angular-Token implements the CanActivate interface, so it can directly be used as a route guard. If the signInRedirect option is set the user will be redirected on a failed (=false) CanActivate using Router.navigate(). It currently does not distinguish between user types.

Example:

const routerConfig: Routes = [
{
path: '',
component: PublicComponent
}, {
path: 'restricted',
component: RestrictedComponent,
canActivate: [AngularTokenService]
}
];

Redirect original requested URL

If you want to redirect to the protected URL after signing in, you need to set signInStoredUrlStorageKey and in your code you can do something like this

Example:

this.tokenService.signIn({
email: 'example@example.org',
password: 'secretPassword'
}).subscribe(
res => {
// You have to add Router DI in your component
this.router.navigateByUrl(localStorage.getItem('redirectTo'));
},
error => console.log(error)
);