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Add routing to React apps using React Router v4

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Joe Maddalone
42m closed-captioning
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React Router v4 takes an entirely new approach to routing and handling URLs in your React applications. It fully embraces the concept of declarative programming and a component based development process. In practice, this turns out to be very nice and gives you a routing solution that is less configuration heavy than many previous solutions.

In this course, you will learn about the basics of React Router v4 to help you get started. We will look at the core components that React Router supplies and how they interact together to create a robust routing solution for your React applications.

This course clearly presents the core concepts of react-router-dom that are mostly still relevant in the latest version of the library. However, the study of resources beyond this course is a necessary step in implementing those concepts with the latest version of the library (v6).

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    What did you like about this course?

    I've used react router before but there are just details that even though I knew existed, I've never considered using like the prompt component or the to property as a function at a link and so I learned a lot, confirmed my knowledge and the best of all is that it was on chunk-able bits. Loved it

    Yvone Sanchez
    2 years ago
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    How will you use what you learned from this course?

    it's good, but getting a little dated. As of 2020-08-20, react-router-dom is @ v5.2.0 but the course is based on v4.0.0

    david chong
    2 years ago
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    Very well explained and everything is super clear!

    Marcell Ciszek
    2 years ago
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    Great course, concise and covers the basics well.

    Roger
    2 years ago
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    Simnplicity of most common used cases in real life

    Jhonatan
    2 years ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    Learnt a lot of details about react router within no time!

    Vishnuvardhan Gillella
    2 years ago

Course Content

42m • 14 lessons

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