React Plain Router
import React from 'react';
import router from 'react-plain-router';
// Wrap it and you can use normal anchor
Official website: router5.js.org
router5 is a framework and view library agnostic router.
view / state separation: router5 processes routing instructions and outputs state updates.
A tiny (299B) utility that converts route patterns into RegExp. Limited alternative to path-to-regexp
With regexparam, you may turn a pathing string (eg, /users/:id) into a regular express
Saga powered routing engine for Redux apps.
redux-tower provides a way to fully control client-side routing with its related side effects such as data fetching, user authentication, fancy animations.
nmux is a multiplexer for Neovim processes. It is very much a work in progress at the moment.
It currently has a built-in HTTP server that renders a single nvim process in your browser using websockets as a proof-of-c
route handlers to use in your REST API to handle user management
var Township = require('township-accounts-api')
var db = require('memdb') // can be any levelup e.g. level
The purpose of React Routify is to provide routing to React applications without scattering domain specific language throughout your codebase. Wherever possible, React Routify uses existing constructs pro
React Router is a complete routing library for React.
React Router keeps your UI in sync with the URL. It has a simple API with powerful features like lazy code loading, dynamic route matching, and loc
Director is a router. Routing is the process of determining what code to run when a URL is requested.
A routing library that works in both the browser and node.js environments with as f
pagex(path, [negate], callback, [pathname]);
// Call a function if the current page is exactly `/users`
Simple React router with a small footprint for modern browsers. The lib is not replacement for react-router, just a smaller simpler alternative.
See path-to-regexp for matching pattern rules and options.