Aditya Agarwal
Sep 16, 2022 ⋅ 9 min read

React render props vs. custom Hooks

Aditya Agarwal Loves experimenting on the web. You can follow me on Twitter @hackerrank.

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5 Replies to "React render props vs. custom Hooks"

  1. “Classes are hard for humans as well as machines” How did you said this term? Because developers who have used to work in OOPS programming languages (like java, c++) doesn’t face the difficulty to understand CLASS. Can you explain it please?

  2. Good examples and code in this article. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, and keep up the great work 🙌

  3. > Using the render props pattern here would be a mistake because it’s intended to share data between components. So, in this case, we should avoid using render props.

    It seems that button from the example may require some data that’s handled by CardComponent. Would that still be a mistake?

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