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# How to update base relative URL in angularapp?

Zombies
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Zombies Published in 2018-02-13 16:17:47Z
 So I have an existing angular app which routes/imports (eg: href and src) from the root path only (ie: /). So the app loads up at http://localhost:8080/ and and the base url is /. I want to change it to be http://localhost:8080/myapp/ so all links will then prefixed with /myapp. I tried updating this code here from (it's in a Java jsp called app.jps):   to   But this did nothing, I still get errors like this (and others like it): angular.js:11630 GET http://localhost:8080/angularapp/home/home.html?version=4 404 () There are many other errors like this, and the page is just blank (white) so far. Do I have to go and piecemeal edit all these urls to include /myapp in front of it? OR is there a better way? More info: Template Urls look like this (in app.module.js):  \$stateProvider .state('home', { url: '/', templateUrl: '/angularapp/home/home.html?version=' + window.version, controller: 'HomeCtrl', controllerAs: 'vm' }) 
Arihant Jain
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Arihant Jain Reply to 2018-02-13 16:28:19Z
 It seems like you are missing the end slash.   Please update href to "/myapp/", that should work.
DeclanMcD
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 If you change your templateUrl to: templateUrl: './angularapp/home/home.html?version=' + window.version,  it should take it as a relative path. Try that and see what it gives you (assuming your base url already comes off http://localhost:8080/myapp/).