So, we can build apps that are beyond simple apps using a few components with Vue Router. This allows us to map different URLs to different components. This way, we can go to different URLs and have different components rendered. The URLs can have query strings, hashes, and URL parameters in them, and they will be parsed automatically by Vue Router. They will be matched with the route patterns listed in the route definition arrays.
Routes can be nested, and they can have names so that we can identify them by their name rather than their route pattern. Additionally, we can have a catchall or a 404 route to enable us to display something when none of the route patterns listed in our route definitions are matched.
Vue Router also has methods for programmatic navigation, which are named in the same way as the ones in the browser history API and can be called with the same arguments.
Additionally, we learned how to restrict some routes from being displayed unless certain...