Coder, speaker, and life-long student. React, GraphQL, cloud. Sometimes I think too much on the weekends. Currently @KeyholeSoftware - thoughts are my own.
“Code smells” are warning signs, not laws. Mocks are not evil.
In reality, you should almost never need to work directly with React Component instance nor accessing its class properties.
We have no plans to deprecate classes. At Facebook we have tens of thousands of class components and, like you, we have no intention of rewriting them. But if the React community embraces Hooks, it doesn’t make sense to have two different recommended …
…s is the way of TDD. When something seems like it can be refactored, make a note of it and move on. Refactor only when the presence of an abstraction benefits you and doesn’t feel unnecessary.
…uld fire up our program with yarn start? We’re going to keep it that way for a while. The point is, you must feel the code with your mind.