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Routing: Familiarity with React Router for navigation.

Routing in React applications allows for navigation between different components, typically representing different pages or views within a single-page application (SPA). React Router is the most popular library used for handling routing in React applications. Here's an overview of how routing works and basic usage with React Router:

Routing Basics

Routing enables users to navigate through different views or pages within a web application without causing a full page reload. In a React application, routing is typically managed using a library like React Router, which provides declarative routing capabilities.

React Router

React Router is a collection of navigational components that compose declaratively with your application. It enables routing by mapping specific URLs to React components.

Setting Up Routes

Define routes in your main application component (App.js or similar):

Creating Route Components

Define the components that correspond to each route:

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