Higher-Order Components in React

Higher-order components are wrapper components that provide a certain level of abstraction for a specific component behaviour. They make it easy to reuse the component logic.

In practical terms, it is simply a function that takes other components as parameters and returns a new wrapped component that can render the original component with the intended new behaviour. Here’s how a simple HOC function call looks like:

const wrappedComponent = hoc(component);
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