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Aug 18, 2023 ⋅ 9 min read

Using Hooks with React Router

Gaurav Singhal Gaurav is a data scientist with a strong background in computer science and mathematics. As a developer, he works with Python, Java, Django, HTML, Struts, Hibernate, Vaadin, web scraping, Angular, and React.

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2 Replies to "Using Hooks with React Router"

  1. I was following this as a codealong, start is a bit confusing maybe add that the changes are made in App.js.
    But I get a compile error at the useEffect() part, until I realized I still had to import it from react.
    I’m just 2 weeks in coding in React, so guess for a beginner they will need some more guidance

  2. Did they change something in the ‘react-router-dom’ npm? because it says Switch is not exported from ‘react-router-dom’

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