React Router Basics | Trailer0:48 with Guil Hernandez
In web development,
routing matches a URL to the set of components rendered in the browser.
And allows users to seamlessly navigate through an app without reloading the page.
React itself, doesn't come with built-in routing features, so
many developers rely on React Router.
A popular library designed specifically for React.
I'm Gill, a friend and teacher here at Tree House.
In this course, you'll learn how to use React Router to manage navigation and
rendering of components in your React apps.
We'll start by learning routing basics.
Then get right into installing React Router and implementing its most useful
features like, navigating an app with routes, nesting components and passing
props through routes, even changing routes programmatically, and more.
So if you're ready to push your React skills further, check out the course,
React Router basics.
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