kirupa | 5 March 2017
Now that you've familiarized yourself with the basics of how to work with React, let's kick things up a few notches. What we are going to do is use React to build a simple single-page app (also referred to as SPA by the cool kids...and people living in Scandinavia). Like we talked about in our React introduction forever ago, single-page apps are different from the more traditional multi-page apps that you see everywhere. The biggest difference is that navigating a single-page app doesn't involve going to an entirely new page. Instead, your pages (commonly known as views in this context) typically load inline within the same page itself:
Hi, waht changes do I need to make to the code to get it running on react router 4.1.1?
Please help, as I am stuck on this since days.
Could you pls mention the github link for this code.
I haven't had a chance to convert this example into React Router 4.1.1 yet, but I'll start fiddling with that shortly and post an update here once that has been done
Thanx for the quick revert. Eagerly waiting for it.Request you to provide it ASAP.
Yes, please update ASAP. I purchased your book and couldn't progress as this critical part isn't working.
You can use the older version of React Router to get familiar with how it works, but updating it is on my to-do list