You’ve been working hard on a React app that uses React Router (or Reach Router). Things are progressing nicely. You’re ahead of your deadline and you might just leave work early to enjoy those extra few hours of the weekend. You decide to do one last pass-through of your app before taking off.
Oct 13, 2018 · Previous post Setting up an ES6 Environment for ASP.NET MVC 5 was a bit outdated as it was using older version of babel and webpack, so I decided write more concise post to get started with the newest libraries. As I have moved onto React, I will show you how to set up React environment for ASP.NET MVC 5. 🧐 Prerequisite
Oct 10, 2015 · React Router is a complete routing solution for your React application. We discussed client-side routing in this article, but you can also use React Router in a server-side or shared environment (Universal Routing in React with ES6). You might also want to check the react-router increases your productivity video recordered at React Conf 2015. To handle navigation with react-router, you have to use it’s Link components (which basically render to <a> tags) or handle navigation programatically. In our case, we also use LinkContainer components from react-router-bootstrap which are basically react-router wrappers for react-bootstrap components. Let’s start with the Header: