history object allows you to access the history stack of the browser. To navigate to a URL in the history, you use the back() , forward() , and go() methods. The history. length returns the number of URLs in the history stack.
pushState() method allows you to add an entry to the web browser’s session history stack.
The history property of the Window object refers to the History object. It contains the browser session history, a list of all the pages visited in the current frame or window. Since Window is a global object and it is at the top of the scope chain, so properties of the Window object i.e. window.
What is history push?
history. push() is another approach where we make use of the history props React Router provides while rendering a component. In other words, this works when the component is being rendered by React Router, bypassing the component as a Component prop to a Route.
What is a history object?
The history object contains the URLs visited by the user (in the browser window). The history object is a property of the window object.
What is pushState and Popstate?
Does history pushState reload page?
But this function is not intended to reload the browser. All the function does, is to add (push) a new “state” onto the browser history, so that in future, the user will be able to return to this state that the web-page is now in.