Routing is the technique of directing a user to different pages depending on their behaviour or request. The ReactJS Router is mostly used to create Single Page Web Apps. In the application, React Router is utilised to define multiple routes.
React Router isn't required in this situation. React Router, on the other hand, has a lot of navigational components that you can use to assemble your application declaratively, which may be quite beneficial for larger and more sophisticated navigational requirements in React apps. It's also excellent for React Native apps.
The most common library for implementing routing in React projects is React Router. It was first released in May 2014, and when React's API changed from version to version, it grew by trial and error.
React uses its component structure to render the required information on the DOM. Client-side routing in React ensures that a typical single-page application provides a consistent user experience. React Router, an external React library, is used to do this.
Install a React Router first. Running the following code snippet in the command prompt window is a quick approach to install the react-router.
Components are created in the second step. We'll make four components in this stage...
Add a Router as the third step.
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