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@types/history

Stub TypeScript definitions entry for history, which provides its own types definitions


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What is @types/history?

The @types/history package provides TypeScript type definitions for the 'history' library, which is used for managing session history in JavaScript environments like browsers and Node.js. This package is essential for TypeScript developers who use the 'history' library, as it offers type safety and autocompletion features during development.

What are @types/history's main functionalities?

Creating Browser History

This feature allows you to create a history object that uses the HTML5 history API to manage the session history. This is useful for web applications that need to manipulate the browser history.

import { createBrowserHistory } from 'history';
const history = createBrowserHistory();

Navigating Programmatically

Enables programmatic navigation in your application. You can use 'push' to add a new entry to the history stack or 'replace' to replace the current entry. This is particularly useful for handling redirects in single-page applications (SPAs).

history.push('/home');
history.replace('/login');

Listening to History Changes

This feature allows you to listen for changes in the history stack, which is useful for responding to back or forward navigation actions performed by the user.

history.listen((location, action) => {
  console.log(`The current URL is ${location.pathname}${location.search}${location.hash}`);
  console.log(`The last navigation action was ${action}`);
});

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This is a stub types definition for @types/history (https://github.com/remix-run/history#readme).

history provides its own type definitions, so you don't need @types/history installed!

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Package last updated on 18 Jan 2022

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