In this project, let’s build a Browser History app by applying the concepts we have learned till now.

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Design Files

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Set Up Instructions

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  • Download dependencies by running npm install
  • Start up the app using npm start

Completion Instructions

Functionality to be added

The app must have the following functionalities

  • Initially, the list of given history items should be displayed with a delete button for each history item.

  • When a non-empty value is provided in the search input, then display the history items which includes the search input irrespective of case

  • When the delete button of a history item is clicked, then the respective history item should be deleted from the list of history items

  • When a non-empty value is provided in the search input element, and no history item includes the value given in the search input, then Empty History View should be displayed

  • When all the history items are deleted, then Empty History View should be displayed

  • The App is provided with historyList. It consists of a list of historyItem objects with the following properties in each historyItem object

    Key Data Type
    id Number
    timeAccessed String
    logoUrl String
    title String
    domainUrl String

Important Note

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The following instructions are required for the tests to pass

  • The logoUrl in the each history item have alt as domain logo
  • The delete button in the history item should have the testid as delete


Image URLs

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Things to Keep in Mind

  • All components you implement should go in the src/components directory.
  • Don’t change the component folder names as those are the files being imported into the tests.
  • Do not remove the pre-filled code
  • Want to quickly review some of the concepts you’ve been learning? Take a look at the Cheat Sheets.


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