With the version 1.0 release of react-router, the named Route feature was dropped. In earlier versions, you were able to define each Route with a name parameter:
and link to the RouteHandler via:
This provided a way to avoid hard-coding URL patterns throughout application code. Starting with version 1.0, the named paths are not allowed. The to parameter only accepts a path; it isn’t as convenient to keep the code DRY. A solution is to use the crossing library, whose purpose is to resolve names or URL patterns from an object that you provide.
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