Do you want to handle and render multiple components in React? If yes then this post is only for you. Yeah, I am talking about navigating from component to component. While navigating to components the page doesn’t refresh in React. Also, it needs to change the route dynamically. If you render the child components in a parent then it will be rendered one after one by default. So, what if you don’t want to render all components at the same time? Here, we will use React router to handle the components navigation and routing. Every time when you will navigate to another component, you can set the route for it. For managing routing, React uses the React Router DOM.

Also, on the basis of the route, you can set the component that you want to load. Even you can manage the redirection through the browser URL. In this React post, I will be giving you a brief overview of React Router DOM. To manage the react routes, we will use the React Router DOM.


React Routing Using React Router DOM
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