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Doğacan Bilgili
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May 3, 2023 ⋅ 8 min read

Building a React modal module with React Router

Doğacan Bilgili A software developer who is also into 3D-modeling and animation.

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3 Replies to "Building a React modal module with React Router"

  1. Thanks for the tutorial.
    I just don’t understand why you didn’t make with class components that are 10 times longer and useless complicated instead of the modern super simple functional components.
    I’m crying to convert all the files

  2. Great tutorial and thanks. I found this behavior: On refresh page with opened modal, you lose the previous location value and then it renders only the modal component. Is there any way when refresh page to keep the background and the modal being opened?

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