This video explains how to get data from the URLs to create dynamic routes.
- [Instructor] Hi, in this video we are going to talk…of how to access URL params from inside our components.…And the way of showing this is by creating…a new route inside of our application,…which will be the recipe detail route.…The recipe detail route will be very simple.…The interesting part about this route is in URL.…If you have server, the URL will be /recipe/id.…What we want to do inside our application…is to dynamically load the recipe…with the past ID in the URL.…Inside this route, we are going to reuse…the recipe detail that we created before.…Okay, so let's jump to our code editor…The first thing we're going to do is to…create a new component to render our page.…
So create a new file called recipe.js.…Inside of it, remember to always import react,…and create a new class component called recipe.…Remember to include the render method…and return just a div for the moment.…And remember at the end, export the component.…
Cool, let's just render some dummy text…to test if the page is working.…Now, let's go to our APP JS component…
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