Nested routes with React Router v4

Nested routes with #ReactJS Router v4:  by @tylermcginnis #JavaScript

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  • This is the first big concept of nested routes with React Router – it doesn’t matter if you render a in your main component or in nested components, if the matches, the will be rendered.
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React Router v4 introduced a new declarative, component based approach to routing. With that approach came some confusion around nested routes. In this post we’ll break down that confusion and you’ll learn how to nest routes with React Router.
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