FAQ: React Router - Rendering A <Router>

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I followed the steps and I got a compile error Attempted import error: 'useHistory' is not exported from 'react-router-dom'. so I can’t carry on with lessons until I resolve this.

I am not trying to import it nor to use it anywhere in the file, but think in some cases <Router> might require history prop to be passed to it?

I think this is due to the course being for React Router v5.x and the latest version of React Router (v6) introducing breaking changes.

What I did to work around it was just revert to v5:

npm uninstall react-router-dom
npm install [email protected]*    

the new version of react router is 8 but we learn it from 5.2.0, I wonder is there any material we need to pay attention to this update? is the course still up to date? thanks!

Course needs update.

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