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May 28, 2019 ⋅ 3 min read

How to migrate from HOCs to Hooks

Kristofer Selbekk Bekker. Bulldog owner. Dad. React enthusiast. 🎩🥂🍔

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3 Replies to "How to migrate from HOCs to Hooks"

  1. Nice article, i’m a react newbie i was wondering where should be placed the HOC (withScreenSize) and the custom hook, i mean should i create a folder called “hocs” and “hooks” to place these files in the project?

  2. Hi!

    If it’s a one-off hook, i would place it in the component file it was used. If it’s reused a lot, I’d pull it out into it’s own file and perhaps place that file in a utils folder.

    To be honest, how you place your files doesn’t matter all that much. Do what feels right to you. 🤗

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