Higher-Order Components with React

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Eric Greene


Higher-Order Components (HOCs) are functions that take components and return new components. HOCs are common in React libraries, and you can write HOCs of your own to compose multiple GraphQL operations and provide them to a component tree. Learn what HOCs are, how they work, when to use them, and how to convert Apollo Components into Apollo Higher-Order Components.

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