Slinky supports the new context API introduced in React 16.3.
Creating a Context Object
To start using the new context API, first create a context object, which contains the components needed to provide and consume context. The
createContext method in Slinky takes a type parameter so that the context value is statically typed.
Now that you have a context object, you can use the
Provider component to provide context in a React tree.
By using the
Provider component, all elements beneath it will now have access to the
hello! value provided.
To consume context, use the
Consumer component and pass in a function that takes the context value and returns a React element.