Learn about the HTML5 history API and how we can use it to do simple browser routing with React. Learn about pushState to control the URL in the browser.
- [Teacher] Let's use the native…browser's history to navigate to a contest.…I'll be using the HTML5 history API here.…This is decently supported on most modern browsers,…but if you do need to support other browsers,…you can use a library that does…a fall-back to older browsers syntax…when it doesn't detect the history API.…I am also going to do a very simple…routing without a library.…I'm going to do this so that you get…to understand the mechanics behind the routing…and how it relates to server-side routing…and server rendering in general.…
And the other reason, we only have…one route in our application.…We actually have two.…We're going to go to a contest,…and we can go back to a list of contests.…So it's going to be simple enough…for us to just use the history API directly.…If you have complicated routing,…the react router library is really good…and it gives you a declarative way…of defining your routes,…but we're going to just use the history API.…However, I'm going to put the history API…in a function here.…
- Configuring webpack and Babel
- Working with native Node modules
- Creating an Express server
- Working with React components and JSX
- Loading and working with test mock data
- Fetching data from a remote API
- Working with data in MongoDB
- Isomorphic rendering on the server
- Front-end routing and back-end routing
Skill Level Advanced
MEAN Stack and MongoDB: Development Techniqueswith Alexander Zanfir1h 48m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Node as a Web Server
3. React Basics
4. Working with Data
5. Rendering on the Server
Fix the checksum problem6m 11s
6. Routing on Client and Server
7. Working with MongoDB
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