#395 Effective Higher-Order Components

Before the introduction of contexts and hooks Higher-Order Components were a common sight.

Effective Higher-Order Components

Before the introduction of contexts and hooks in React v16.8, Higher-Order Components (or HOCs for short) were a common sight. Today, it is an under-used pattern. While the concept presents infinite possibilities, practical applications should be limited to transparently adding wrappers or logic.

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