Polymorphic components is a powerful React pattern for controlling how your components render in DOM.
Let's cover the right approach of implementing React higher-order components in TypeScript using generics and utility types.
Let's explore TypeScript utility types for React. Utility types are a powerful feature for constructing new types.
I'll cover each of the types used for children prop and discuss the trade-offs so you can pick the right one for your use case.
People often refactor without a strategy and for the wrong reasons. You need to know why you're doing it and have a clear end goal.
Using TypeScript and conditional props, you can build an API for your React components that is clear and explicit about its prop requirements.
Let's take a look at an advanced React pattern - Compound Component. This pattern is widely adopted by a lot of popular UI libraries.