A guide to using React Router v6 in React apps (blog.logrocket.com)
Aug 07, 2020
In this tutorial, let’s take a look at how to create routes using the React Router v6 library. Do note that, at the time of writing this post, React Router v6 is still in beta. This tutorial is going to give you a peek into some of the new features the library is coming out with.
A Sneak Peek at React Router v6 (alligator.io)
Mar 17, 2020
At the time of this writing, React Router v6 is still in alpha, but the time is about right to start playing with it and exploring what’s to come. This guide will give you a peek at the new features/changes!
The Hooks of React Router (css-tricks.com)
Feb 11, 2020
React Router 5 embraces the power of hooks and has introduced four different hooks to help with routing. You will find this article useful if you are looking for a quick primer on the new patterns of React Router.
Dealing with links in Next.js (blog.logrocket.com)
Jan 02, 2020
In this article, I’m going to explain two of my techniques for isolating routing in your application. I use Next as an example, but they can be applied to pretty much all routing libraries.
React Router Introduction (dev.to)
Mar 07, 2019
React Router is a third party library created to solve the problem of routing in React app. It wraps around the browser history API and does the job of keeping your React application UI in sync with the browser's URL.
Recursive paths with React Router (tylermcginnis.com)
Jan 03, 2019
Because React Router is just components, you can do crazy things like having recursive routes. In this post we’ll learn how they work by breaking down the ‘Recursive Paths’ example on the React Router docs.
Introduction to React Router (flaviocopes.com)
Mar 28, 2018
React Router 4 is the perfect tool to link together the URL and your React app. React Router is the de-facto React routing library, and it's one of the most popular projects built on top of React.