How To React router dom withrouter?

To use the withRouter higher-order component (HOC) from react-router-dom, you will need to import it into your component file.

Here's an example of how you can use withRouter to wrap a component and pass the history, location, and match objects from the react-router-dom context as props to the wrapped component:

import { withRouter } from 'react-router-dom' class MyComponent extends React.Component { // the component's code goes here} export default withRouter(MyComponent)

Now you can use the history, location, and match props in your component just like any other prop. For example, you can use this.props.history.push('/some/path') to programmatically navigate to a new route.

It's important to note that withRouter only works with functional components when using the React Hooks API. If you want to use it with a class component, you will need to use the render props pattern or the context API instead.

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