In this video, learn about routing, which allows you to easily split up applications into different virtual pages.
- [Instructor] Let's take a look at another technology…that's going to become important…as you build more complex web applications…and that is the concept of routing.…Now, routing just means that you can parse the URL…and then detect or give the user…different versions of the applications…depending on what the URL of your application is.…So right now, we're at localhost…which is usually known as the root…and we could create different routes…when we go to different URLs.…For example, if we went to slash login,…we can show a login page or a slash meetings…for the meetings page and so on and so forth.…
To set that up, we need another library…and I'm going to use one called reach/router…because it's really simple and easy to use…and it's just like the React icons…that we used in our navigation.…You simply import a library…and then you can use that library in your project.…Now, that's happening because in our package.json file,…we're also including this library called reach/router…which we're doing right here.…So in our app.js, I'm going to import…
- Integrating Firebase
- Managing state in forms
- Registering users
- Logging users in and out
- Creating, editing, and deleting records from Firebase
- Filtering and searching data
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Routing and Connecting to a Database
3. Registering and Logging In Users
4. Working with Firebase Data
5. Working with Attendees
6. Filtering and Searching
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