RouteInfo is an object that contains metadata about a specific route
Transition. It is read-only and internally immutable. It is also
not observable, because a
Transition instance is never changed after
RouteInfo is not user-constructible; the only legal way to get one is from
Transition. However, you can import the type by using
syntax with TypeScript or
import() in JSDoc comments.
- the callback to execute
- optional target to use
- Found item or undefined
Allows you to traverse through the linked list of
RouteInfos from the
topmost to leafmost. Returns the first
RouteInfo in the linked list for
which the callback returns true.
This method is similar to the
find() method defined in ECMAScript 2015.
The callback method you provide should have the following signature (all parameters are optional):
function(item, index, array);
itemis the current item in the iteration.
indexis the current index in the iteration.
arrayis the array itself.
It should return the
true to include the item in the results,
Note that in addition to a callback, you can also pass an optional target
object that will be set as
this on the context.