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Now, let’s imagine that we want to track the mouse position in another component as well. Can we reuse any of the code from our <App> ?

In the createClass paradigm, the problem of code reuse was solved using a technique called “mixins”. Let’s create a MouseMixin that anyone can use to track the mouse position.

Problem solved, right?! Now anyone can simply “mix in” MouseMixin to their component class to get the x and y of the mouse in this.state !

Then last year, arrived and ultimately the React team decided to move away from using createClass to use them instead. It was a wise decision. Who wants to maintain their own class model when JavaScript already has one built-in?

But there was a problem: ES6 classes don’t support mixins . Also, besides the fact they aren’t part of the ES6 class spec, mixins have other shortcomings too, many of which discussed at length in a post on the React blog .

ES6 classes don’t support mixins

To summarize, problems with mixins are:

ES6 classes Indirection Naming collisions

So instead of using mixins, many in the React community eventually settled on an alternative technique for code reuse known as higher-order components , or HOCs. In this paradigm, code is shared using a similar technique to decorators ; you start with the component that defines the bulk of the markup to be rendered and then wrap it in more components that contain the behavior you’d like to share. Instead of mixing in the behavior you need, you can just decorate your component! 😎

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It was a good solution that solved the problem of code reuse elegantly in the brave new world of ES6 classes, and the community adopted it in droves.

At this point I’d like to stop and ask: what did we gain by moving to higher-order components? Did we solve any of the problems we had with mixins?

Let’s see:

Another problem that both mixins and HOCs share is that they use static composition instead of dynamic composition . Ask yourself: where is the composition happening in the HOC paradigm? Static composition happens once, when the component class is created (e.g. AppWithMouse in the previous example).

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The Caroline and H. McCoy Jones Department of Textile Arts contains more than 13,000 textiles and costumes from traditions around the world. A remarkable range of techniques is represented, including loom-woven textiles; nonwoven fabrics, such as bark cloth, felt, and knitting; and objects embellished with beading and embroidery.

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