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Mar 17, 2023 ⋅ 8 min read

How React Hooks can replace React Router

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8 Replies to "How React Hooks can replace React Router"

  1. In your first hooks routing code sample, the o e for routes.js, you forgot to reference each individual component. You import them but they’re not in each of the functions for that Routes object. So the 3 functions return nothing.

  2. How would you setup your hooks router to support modal side panels (which slides out when url starts from /modal/.. for example)? It this possible to describe multiple switches (one will return previous url component, and another one will return modal url component) within one rules object? Is this possible to forcibly pass desired url to router like <Switch location={previousUrl}?

  3. This was a very helpful article thank you. I have encountered one issue with this though. My hook components keep getting called. using a components in a menu placing a break point in the export default function PaymentSettings(props) for example – will result in that breakpoint getting it continuously.

  4. This is cleaner compared to Routes usage for sure. However an issue that keeps coming up in larger applications is the number of components imported for a “routes” file, as it needs each component to render for every path defined. So the more routes you have the more components need importing, I’ve seen 1000’s of lines before with no options outside creating smaller modules or a key based component directory. It would be nice to see this tackled in some other way, if you have any ideas how hooks might help here that would be great?

    Thanks
    JB

  5. Very nice post.
    But I will stay on react-router because I’m using typescript.
    the documentation page states that future releases of hookrouter will not necessarily update the types/hookrouter module

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