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So, let's say you are building a custom website (not one who's navigation is managed by any other component (such as a CMS)). And the navigation is more than just 5 tabs on the top of hte page, it includes some side navigation, possibly with mulitple levels.
You think you can just put all the navigation inside of HTML or some other UI layer (JS or otherwise), but I'm here to tell you, you CAN'T. Well, you can, but you'll regret it.
Eventually, you will wish you created a NavigationManager class taht looks something like this: