You have to use HTML5’s pushState() method to change browser history.
window.history.pushState(data, "Title", "/new-url");
pushState() takes three parameters: a state object, a title (which is
currently ignored), and (optionally) a URL.
The last argument is the new URL. For security reasons you can only change the path of the URL, not the domain itself. The second argument is a description of the new state. And the first argument is some data that you might want to store along with the state.