#30daysofVue - Day 22 - Routing
In web development, routing often refers to splitting an application’s UI based on rules derived from the browser URL. Imagine clicking a link and having the URL go from
https://website.com /article/.That’s routing.
Routing is often categorized in one of two main buckets:
Server-side routing: the client (i.e. the browser) makes a request to the server on every URL change.
Client-side routing: the client only makes a request to the server upon initial-page load. Any changes to the application UI based on URL routes are then handled on the client.