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Using context and childContext in React
Child contexts that allows a parent element to specify a context - aka a set of properties - which can be accessed from all of its children and grandchildren via the
There are 2 aspects to how you would go about implementing this in your code.
childContextTypes property of the parent.
contextTypes on every child component. However, the reality is that you can specify the `contextTypes' property on a mixin. That way you can avoid rewriting the whitelisting boilerplate code by simply using the mixin on all the child components that need to access those properties from its context.
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