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    Use the React Router v4 Link Component for Navigation Between Routes

    Joe MaddaloneJoe Maddalone

    If you’ve created several Routes within your application, you will also want to be able to navigate between them. React Router supplies a Link component that you will use to make this happen.

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    00:00 We can create navigation elements for a router by bringing in the component from the React Router library. You can see here I've got three paths -- one for Home, About, and Contact. We're here on the Home path. If I go to /about, we get our About, and likewise for Contact.

    00:19 To use the component, I'm going to go ahead and create a new component here called . I'm going to wrap everything up in a