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JavaScript React Authentication React Router and Authentication Protect Routes that Require Authentication

Alfredo Araujo
Alfredo Araujo
12,388 Points

This course finish here? because doesn't redirect to nowhere

This course finish here? because doesn't redirect to nowhere

Tadeas Ondrejicka
Tadeas Ondrejicka
14,279 Points

Hi Alfredo, It looks like i had the same problem like you, solution is very simple. You need to define in PrivateRoute.js function PrivateRoute and then to export it.

In PrivateRoute.js : const PrivateRoute = ({componet: Component, ...rest}) => { .... }; export default PrivateRoute;

In App.js : import PrivateRoute from "./PrivateRoute";

and thats it i hope it will help.

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