Renaming module Imports like a Pro, now with added use-case!

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The basics again (in brief)

A module (as an example, a Javascript file like my-module.js) can export functionality or objects from itself…


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Closures

  • Closures are essentially returned functions that remember their scope information. This means that they remember where to find the values related to their operation so long as they were defined within the scope of the function when it was declared; taking a snapshot of the variables at the time of invocation.. …


Basics — Refreshed

Objects in JavaScript are free-form and mostly don’t follow any structure. Their structure can be best compared to being similar to Map objects in Java, consisting of key-value pairs.

let object = { 'oldProp':'Old Value'};
object.newProp = 'New Value';
console.log(object); …


The important things you can quickly learn to be informed and confident with using and conversing on React Router v4

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What is React Router?

React Router is a client-side router (CSR) for use with React projects (I know, duh right?). It provides routing which is the fancy term for the rendering of different components depending on URL paths within a React web application.

How does one install and use?

Run the following command in your project to save react-router-dom as a project dependency:

npm i -S react-router-dom
import * from 'react-router-dom'

Setting up your basic routes

Link components can be thought of as your typical anchor links that, when clicked, redirect the user to the path specified in its to property.

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