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This module looks at how to Route in React. You’ll be looking at linking components, creating dynamic links, parameterized routes, and how to install the React Router DOM.
The objectives of this module are to provide you with an understanding of:
- How to install the React Router DOM
- Hooks in React
- How to create restful services
- How to use an Effect Dependency Array
- How to hand errors in data requests
- How to send data
This learning path is aimed at all who wish to learn how to use the ReactJS framework.
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- We said in the intro that we wrap an application in a route component to enable routing. Router itself is a low-level interface supplied by react-router-dom. And we generally use one of the high level variations in an app. BrowserRouter uses the HTML5 history API to keep UI in sync with URL. HashRouter uses the hash portion of the URL to keep the UI in sync. MemoryRouter keeps the history of the URL in memory, which is useful in testing and in React Native. StaticRouter this never changes location and it's useful in server-side rendering. Router can be used to synchronize custom history with state management library.
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Ed is responsible for delivering QA’s Programming Foundations course using the Eclipse IDE. His skillset extends into the DevOps sphere, where he is able to deliver courses based around Agile/Scrum practices, version control, and CI/CD.