How to use useParams() in class component with react-router-dom

If you are using react-router-dom in your React project, you may have come across the need to access URL parameters in your class components. Luckily, using useParams() is just as easy in class components as it is in functional components.

First, make sure your class component is wrapped in a withRouter higher-order component. This will give your class component access to the router props, including match which contains the URL parameters.

Next, you can access the URL parameters in your class component by accessing this.props.match.params. This will give you an object containing all the URL parameters in key-value pairs.

Here's an example code snippet:

{`import React, { Component } from 'react';
import { withRouter } from 'react-router-dom';

class MyComponent extends Component {
  render() {
    const { id } = this.props.match.params; // Accessing the "id" parameter
    return (
  1. ID: {id}

ID: {id}

// Other component content
); } } export default withRouter(MyComponent);`}

In this example, we are accessing the "id" parameter from the URL and using it to render some component content.

Using useParams() in class components is just as easy as in functional components. By accessing the match prop provided by withRouter, you can access all the URL parameters in your class component.

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