Category : react-router

Hi I am using react router and it is not working for one page/component It is just a simple component which returns a div element. As soon as I route to that component IT REDIRECTS ME BACK TO "/" Routes ("/project/new") <Switch> <Route exact path="/projects" component={ProjectsPage} /> <Route exact path="/projects/:id" component={ProjectsPage} /> <Route exact path="/project/new" ..

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I am building a web application for my final year project using the MERN stack and I am stuck on how to implement role-based access control. The app itself is a peer-to-peer lending app. I have three different user types: admin, lenders, and borrowers. All three user types have different views on their menus and ..

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URL: https://n9hon.csb.app?name=netflix&url=https://localhost?apikey=123&code=321 code: import { useLocation } from "react-router-dom"; function useQuery() { const {search} = useLocation(); const query = new URLSearchParams(search); console.log(‘name: ‘, query.get(‘name’)) console.log(‘url: ‘, query.get(‘url’)) return query } Output: name: netflix url: https://localhost?apikey=123 As you can see, the code parameter is lost. I expect the value of url parameter should be https://localhost?apikey=123&code=321. Source: ..

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Trying to figure out how to navigate through deeply nested class component routes, and I’m a bit lost as to how to do it correctly. So here’s the general architecture of the components: –Component L |_Component L1 |_Component L2 –Component S (accessible after authentication) |_Component S1 |_Component S1.1 |_Component S1.1.1 |_Component S1.1.2 |_Component S2 |_Component ..

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I have made use of react js memory router as below in my App.js – import logo from ‘./logo.svg’; import ‘./App.css’; import ‘./Components/Login’ import Login from ‘./Components/Login’; import {useSelector} from ‘react-redux’; import { useEffect } from ‘react’; import Welcome from ‘./Components/Welcome’; import{MemoryRouter as Router, Route, Switch} from ‘react-router-dom’ function App() { const state = useSelector(state ..

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The main problem is that this image is selected from the file explorer and I am using react-router. Add.js this is where you select the image import { Link } from "react-router-dom"; import About from "./About"; import ‘./styles/modal.css’ import firebase from "firebase"; require("firebase/firestore") require("firebase/storage") export default function Add(props) { const [image, setImage] = useState(null); const ..

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