Using URL parameters with Single Page Apps

What are URL parameters?

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What are Single Page Apps (SPA)?

When to use a SPA?

  1. You are creating a native mobile application. SPA will reduce your page load times and you can use beautiful transitions to give your app a native feel.
  2. CRM. Most of the CRM apps have a single page and use the sidebar to show/hide different content.
  3. Project management tools

When not to use a SPA?

  1. Ecommerce sites
  2. Marketplaces
  3. Catalogues and listing platforms
  4. Social media apps
  5. Forums
  6. Sites which rely heavily on SEO (blogs, podcast directories etc)

Why use URL parameters and not custom states

How to hide and show groups using URL parameters

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Setting up workflows

  1. When the “tab” is empty
  2. When the “tab” is not empty
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