Type declaration
declare function useRoutes(
  routes: RouteObject[],
  location?: Partial<Location> | string;
): React.ReactElement | null;

The useRoutes hook is the functional equivalent of <Routes>, but it uses JavaScript objects instead of <Route> elements to define your routes. These objects have the same properties as normal <Route> elements, but they don't require JSX.

The return value of useRoutes is either a valid React element you can use to render the route tree, or null if nothing matched.

import * as React from "react";
import { useRoutes } from "react-router-dom";

function App() {
  let element = useRoutes([
      path: "/",
      element: <Dashboard />,
      children: [
          path: "messages",
          element: <DashboardMessages />,
        { path: "tasks", element: <DashboardTasks /> },
    { path: "team", element: <AboutPage /> },

  return element;
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