We all know the the resolver feature of Angular to fetch some data before you navigate to a different route.
I tested this feature in my Ionic application.
But so far I saw, when I navigate forward in Ionic the pages are stacked one on top of the other.
But when I navigate back it just removes the last page from the top of the pages stack and shows the page below again (page is already created…ngOnInit is not executed again)
But also the resolver is executed again and fetches the data again even no data has changed.
Can I suppress the resolver anyhow when I navigate to a page?
Am I on the wrong path?
Or is it in general not a good idea to use resolvers with Ionic?
Thanks for every feedback.