Let’s Build: Cryptocurrency Native Mobile App With React Native + Redux

Let’s Build: Cryptocurrency Native #Mobile #App With #ReactJS Native + Redux:  by @lasnindrek

  • Begin by installing setting up our native app development environment.Open our terminal and run couple commands for installing React Native and launching our preferred simulator.
  • You can choose between iOS or Android simulator.
  • (simulator) — $ npm run ios — iOS(simulator )— $ npm run Device )— $ npm run start — QR code and options.
  • Also you’re going to need the expo app as well.Expo for Android — Expo for iOSthe iPhone X simulator works beautifully in harmony with RN.
  • JSX lets you write your markup language inside code.

Greetings fellow techies! It’s me, Indrek. I recently accepted a new job at Switzerland, Zurich {Grotzi! — translation: Hi} as a senior software engineer at one of the biggest banks. It’s been quite…

Begin by installing setting up our native app development environment.Open our terminal and run couple commands for installing React Native and launching our preferred simulator.$ npm install -g create-react-native-app$ create-react-native-app cd should end up with something close to this:Installing react-native and creating a react-native projectWe’re almost there. Next up we need to just serve our project. Type the next command in the terminal. You can choose between iOS or Android simulator. press i for iOS and a for Android. I have chosen iOS for this guide, but it works on both operating systems! I personally like both iPhone and Android phones (I’m not biased). Feel free to choose.(simulator) — $ npm run ios — iOS(simulator )— $ npm run Device )— $ npm run start — QR code and options. Open your mobile camera and point it to the QR code. Also you’re going to need the expo app as well.Expo for Android — Expo for iOSthe iPhone X simulator works beautifully in harmony with RN. Thanks Facebook team for the great, great implementation and execution! 👍As we can see — there’s quite many things going on. From the top we can seeimport { StyleSheet, Text, View } from ‘react-native’;What is this exactly?TextText is JSX – a syntax for embedding XML within JavaScript. Many frameworks use a special templating language which lets you embed code inside markup language. In React, this is reversed. JSX lets you write your markup language inside code. It looks like HTML on the web, except instead of web things like div or span, you use…

Let’s Build: Cryptocurrency Native Mobile App With React Native + Redux