by mithril

Level: beginner • Mithril.js Version: latest

This example shows how to route between two pages in a Mithril.js application. The routing example was taken from the official website at

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<!doctype html>
<html lang=en>
  <meta charset=utf-8>


let root = document.body
let count = 0

let Hello = {
  view: function() {
    return m("main", [
      m("h1", {
        class: "title"
      }, "My first app"),
      m("button", {
        onclick: function() {count++}
      }, count + " clicks"),

let Splash = {
  view: function() {
    return m("a", {
      href: "#!/hello"
    }, "Enter!")

m.route(root, "/splash", {
  "/splash": Splash,
  "/hello": Hello,

The snippet is using the most current version of Mithril.js framework. It is aimed at beginners and shows some basic recipes.

In addition to the Mithril.js hyperscript function m(), here we can see an example of Mithril.js' m.route API method.

The example was contributed by mithril and last modified on 16 October 2021. Click here to see more examples contributed by the author.


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