UI-Router: UI-Router is a client-side router. It is made for single-page web applications. A client-side router updates the browser URL as the user navigates through the single-page app.
AngularJS allows you to change your page title at different stages
Let’s see how to change title
This is the way you can set page title using UI-Router
Install angular-ui-title and append to your Angular project as usual, then don’t forget to inject the ui-router-title in your parent app module.
In your Index file code should be
our title is not dynamically generated in the above code.
Get titles to be dynamically generated
angular-ui-router changes the $rootScope to make the $title variable available sitewide.
It is with using the angular-ui-title approach.
In this approach ui-router permits adding arbitrary key: value stuff to our $state config, available to be referenced anywhere we want anytime.
With this approach, we need an extra intermediary approach within the .run function of our app.
In index file for this approach replace the $title variable with just title like this
Then doing the snippet from above, with a slight change gets us up and running:
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