React Login /Logout

I need an simple example for login /logout in JSX.
how can I call a component after successful login in React/jsx?

this what I need to do:

I have a login page(login.jsx) ,home page(home,jsx) and logout page(logout.jsx)

if there is a successful login i should call the home page(home.jsx) and if
I logout I sohuld call the logout page( logout.jsx).


Are you using react router for navigation? Or will this just be changing some visuals based on whether you were able to log-in or not?


Hey Ahilen,

To complete the login flow we are going to need to do two more things.

Redirect the user to the homepage after they login.
And redirect them back to the login page after they logout.
We are going to use the withRouter HOC and the this.props.history.push method that comes with React Router v4.

Redirect to Home on Login

To use it in our src/containers/Login.js, let’s replace the line that exports our component.

export default Login;
with the following:

export default withRouter(Login);
Also, import withRouter in the header.

import { withRouter } from ‘react-router-dom’;
This Higher-Order Component adds the history prop to our component. Now we can redirect using the this.props.history.push method.

Our updated handleSubmit method in src/containers/Login.js should look like this:

handleSubmit = async (event) => {

try {
const userToken = await this.login(this.state.username, this.state.password);
catch(e) {
Now if you head over to your browser and try logging in, you should be redirected to the homepage after you’ve been logged in.

React Router v4 redirect home after login screenshot

Redirect to Login After Logout

Now we’ll do something very similar for the logout process. Since we are already using the withRouter HOC for our App component, we can go ahead and add the bit that does the redirect.

Add the following to the bottom of the handleLogout method in our src/App.js.

So our handleLogout method should now look like this.

handleLogout = (event) => {
const currentUser = this.getCurrentUser();

if (currentUser !== null) {


This redirects us back to the login page once the user logs out.

Hope the above code will help you, take time to understand the process.

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