I was trying to implement authenticated routes but found that React Router 4 now prevents this from working:
I’d like to display a
<AppBar /> that is somehow passed in from the current route.
I have just replaced
react-router from v3 to v4.
But I am not sure how to programmatically navigate in the member function of a
handleClick() function I want to navigate to
/path/some/where after processing some data.
I used to do that by:
I’m using React Router to create a multi page app. My main component is
<App/> and it renders all of the routing to to child components. I’m trying to pass props via the route, and based on some research I did, the most common way for child components to tap into props passed down is via the
this.props.route object that they inherit. However, this object is undefined for me. On my
render() function in the child component, I
console.log(this.props) and am return an object that looks like this
I am currently struggling with nesting routes using react router v4.
I want to declare a path with an optional path parameter, hence when I add it the page to do something extra (e.g. fill some data):
I’ve upgraded the react router to version 4 in my application. But now I’m getting the error
In the current version of React Router (v3) I can accept a server response and use
browserHistory.push to go to the appropriate response page. However, this isn’t available in v4, and I’m not sure what the appropriate way to handle this is.
I have a “home” component with links, and when you click a link the product component is loaded with the product. I also have another component which is always visible, showing links to the “recently visited products”.
How to implement conditional routing i.e. if and only if some conditions satisfies, then routing should occur.
For example, if and only if the user enters the correct credentials, login should be successful and the user should be able to see the welcome page.