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React has stated that this will be supported in the future. However that issue is old enough to be in kindergarten. So I'm looking for a nice easy abstraction in the meantime.
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I guess my problem is more specific to my overall architecture. I have components that when are placed in the DOM, have props rendered on them by their parent elements. I'm using stencil to do this.
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My favorite from when I looked into this a few months ago is called Remount: https://github.com/rstacruz/remount/
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