How to Serve Different Content Based on User Data/Membership with Strapi and React

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    Next, we need to install the Axios module which will be used to make API calls to the strapi backend, and react-router version 5.3.0 with the command below:

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    Finally, create a style.css file in our src directory. Copy the styles from the Github repository of this project and paste them into the style.css file.

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    Throughout this tutorial, you’ve learned how to serve different content based on user data/membership with Strapi and React. We learned what Strapi is all about, and how it makes building APIs more efficient. We learned what a Headless CMS is all about, and how to set up a Strapi Project. We created a business directory application with Strapi and React.js. Now you've known how efficient it is to build APIs with Strapi, how would use Strapi in your future project; perhaps you also want to learn more about Strapi.

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