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Using Nested States With The AngularJS UI-Router

When coding, it is good practice to reduce duplicating your code as much as possible. When you build a website, multiple pages may be grouped with specific layouts that are used any number of times. You don’t want to duplicate your layout code across these pages.

A common thing to do in web design is to use templating. This exists similarly across many web languages, but in this example I’m going to demonstrate how to do this with AngularJS and the UI-Router extension.

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