The TextInput component renders an input element in the DOM and accepts a ref that is forwarded to that input element. Finish the FocusableInput component:

  • The component should accept a focused prop.
  • When the focused prop is changed from false to true, and the input is not focused, it should receive the focus.
  • If on mounting the focused prop is true, the input should receive the focus.
HTML5, CSS3, React v16 
 

Run OK, but 2 out of 2 test cases fail:

  •   The focused property has an initial state of true: Wrong answer
  •   Changing the focused prop from false to true focuses the input: Wrong answer

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