You can define your own Transition Options inside this property and use them, e.g., from a Transition Hook
This option sets whether or not the transition's parameter values should be inherited from the current parameter values.
true, it will inherit parameter values from the current parameter values.
false, only the parameters which are provided to
transitionTowill be used.
This option changes how the Transition interacts with the browser's location bar (URL).
true, it will update the url in the location bar.
false, it will not update the url in the location bar.
"replace", it will update the url and also replace the last history record.
When transitioning to relative path (e.g '
^'), this option defines which state to be relative from.
This option may be used to force states which are currently active to reload.
During a normal transition, a state is "retained" if:
Forcing a reload of a state will cause it to be exited and entered, which will:
Refetch that state's resolve data
Exit the state (onExit hook)
Re-enter the state (onEnter hook)
Re-render the views (controllers and templates)
true, the destination state (and all parent states) will be reloaded.
When it is a string and is the name of a state, or when it is a State object, that state and any children states will be reloaded.
This option may be used to cancel the active transition (if one is active) in favour of the this one. This is the default behaviour or ui-router.
true, the active transition will be canceled and new transition will begin.
false, the transition will be canceled if a transition is already running. This can be useful in cases where you only want to navigate to a different state if you are not already navigating somewhere.
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