I have seen the object mapper pattern heavily overused in a client’s codebase.
The issue is that you can either render a component like so:
`<SuccessButton />`, `<ErrorButton />`
Or you can render it something along these lines:
You can also lose TS/Flow typings along the way.
There are times you may actually want to use such a pattern, but most of the time you don’t and it’s much simpler to just write the actual component rather than passing a string to a god component you’ve created that will spit out any of 10 different options. Not to mention, in the case that the key is missing in your `objectMapper`, what I’d actually like to see happen is a clear red error from my linter that SuccessButton is undefined. Rather than have it return null because I did components.success.
There may be times you want to generate components from a config file, but most of the time you don’t and better to write the actual code and stick with idiomatic React components.