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    1. <Route path="/" component={ List } /> <Route path="/react" component={ Detail } />

      Note, in newer versions of the router, this won't work because a route can only contain one child. Try wrapping the two routes in a <switch>:</switch>

        <Switch>
          <Route exact path="/" component={ List } />
          <Route path="/react" component={Detail}  />
        </Switch>
      
    1. <Router> <Route path="/" component={ Detail } /> </Router>,

      In newer versions of React, this won't work without a history prop and hashHistory. Depending on how you import hashHistory, the code will look something like this:

      let hashHistory = createHashHistory();
      
      <Router history={hashHistory}>
          <Route path="/" component={ Detail } />
      </Router>,