React Native Mobile Apps (iOS and Android)

React Native Mobile Apps (IOS And Android) – The Practical Guide
  

#ReactNative

  • React Native Mobile Apps (iOS and Android) – Use React Native and your React knowledge and take your web development skills to build native iOS and Android Apps – – Mobile applications are one of the best ways to engage with users – no wonder everyone wants to build one!
  • Wouldn’t it be great if you could use your web development knowledge, combined with your React knowledge, to build mobile apps with that?
  • No need to learn Java, Android, Swift, ObjectiveC or anything of that – React and JavaScript is all you need to create awesome native mobile apps that work on both Android and iOS.
  • I’ll teach you all you need to create your own React Native apps, publish them to the Google Play Store and Apple App Store and dive really deep into the React Native ecosystem.
  • You’ll learn all about the theory behind React Native, its core concepts, how to build responsive designs that work on different device sizes, how to animate React Native apps, how to navigate around, use maps and the camera and so much more!

React Native Mobile Apps- The Practical Guide- Use React Native and your React knowledge and take your web development skills to build native iOS and Android Apps
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Build Native Mobile Apps in this React Native Tutorial

React Native :The Practical Guide

#reactnative #reactjs #mobileapps

  • Wouldn’t it be great if you could use your web development knowledge, combined with your React knowledge, to build mobile apps with that?
  • No need to learn Java, Android, Swift, ObjectiveC or anything of that – React and JavaScript is all you need to create awesome native mobile apps that work on both Android and iOS.
  • I’ll teach you all you need to create your own React Native apps, publish them to the Google Play Store and Apple App Store and dive really deep into the React Native ecosystem.
  • You’ll learn all about the theory behind React Native, its core concepts, how to build responsive designs that work on different device sizes, how to animate React Native apps, how to navigate around, use maps and the camera and so much more – – And which better way to learn…
  • We’ll build the ‘Awesome Places’ app in this course, an app where users can share amazing pictures and the location where they took them.

This React native tutorial is the practical guide to help you to build your own native iOS and android apps from scratch. Enroll to boost your react knowledge
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5 JavaScript Style Guides — Including AirBnB, GitHub, & Google

  • 5 JavaScript Style Guides — Including AirBnB, GitHub,  GoogleLearn to code like a GooglerWhether you’re just starting to learn JavaScript, or getting ready for your big interview with AirBnB, here are 5 style guides that can help you write cleaner code.What the heck is a style guide?A style guide is a set of standards…
  • As you read through these guides, you can get an idea for how code is written at the respective companies.Why do we need style guides?For one main reason: Everyone writes code differently.
  • That’s all fine and dandy as long as we each work on our code.
  • But what happens when you have 10, 100, or even 1,000 developers all working on the same codebase?
  • Style guides are created so new developers can get up to speed on a code base quickly, and then write code that other developers can understand quickly and easily!

Whether you’re just starting to learn JavaScript, or getting ready for your big interview with AirBnB, here are 5 style guides that can help you write cleaner code. A style guide is a set of…
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We had a great time speaking with @naoufal about #ReactNative on the latest episode #JavaScript

  • In this episode, we’re joined by Naoufal Kadhom, a Software Engineer from Netflix who’s also just released a payment library for React Native.
  • In the episode, we’ll be discussing React Native and what it’s like to leverage it for Android and iOS applications.

In this episode, we’re joined by Naoufal Kadhom, a Software Engineer from Netflix who’s also just released a payment library for React Native. In the episode, we’ll be discussing React Native and what it’s like to leverage it for Android and iOS applications.
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Intro to React – Christopher Hague – Medium

Intro to React  #learning #react #javascript #programming #learningtocode #reactjs

  • Here is another representation of how we can conceptualize our component hierarchy:- Application – Search Bar – Product Table – Category – ProductThe Trickle Down EffectHow does our application use each of the components to interact with one another?
  • In the same way that functions rely on arguments to operate on and manipulate data, components rely on props that are given as a they being declared.Using the example from above, it becomes easier to conceptualize how the Product and Category components are rendering the appropriate information onto the screen.
  • When the Product Table component is declared within the Application component, the Application will pass down this information related to all of the products to the Product Table as props.
  • As such, the Search Bar component will inherit a set of functions that define how the products in the API will be filtered based on the user input.The Category and Product components will then rely on the props passed down from Product Table to render the list of items, using the Search Bar component to filter the products based on the search terms and render only those products to the screen.
  • Conversely, if the search bar is empty then each product in the collection will be rendered.Divide and ConquerNow that we have some idea of how we want each of our components to function, let’s sketch each of them out below to get some idea of how the code for the app might look:class Category extends React.Component { // renders categories}class Product extends React.Component { // renders products}class ProductTable extends React.Component { // declares a Category and Product component, passing props to each of them Category category={product.category} key={product.category} / Product product={product} key={product.name} / // renders Category, Product}class SearchBar extends React.Component { // renders SearchBar // filters based on search terms}class Application extends React.Component { // renders SearchBar and ProductTable components, passing props to each of them SearchBar / ProductTable products={this.props.products} /}Now that we have all of our components defined, rendering the application to the screen becomes as simple as using the ReactDOM.render function and passing the Application component to it.ReactDOM.render( Application products={PRODUCTS} /,

React is a declarative, component-based JavaScript library used for building user interfaces. It was created by Facebook employee Jordan Walke and was first deployed on Facebook and Instagram in 2011…
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A Night of ReactJSTuesday, July 25, 2017 at 6:00 pm This meetup focuses on open source, open tech and the open web.

Register today for a Night of ReactJS  
#developer #javascript #html #css #programmer #JS

  • ReactJS is an open source Javascript library for building user interfaces – and it is taking over front-end development.
  • It was created at Facebook and is now being used by Netflix, Airbnb, Walmart, Bleacher Report and many of the world’s top websites and companies.Attend the July meeting of Open Source South Carolina and not only find out why, but get a very personal tutorial over the course of a couple of hours.The meeting will be broken into three parts – an introduction to ReactJS, a discussion of features like Virtual DOM, JSX and many others, and an overview of features and processes for the advanced developer.The meeting will also once again feature community announcements, food and beverages, swag (shirts, stickers, etc.) and networking with many of the top technologists in the state.Doors open at 6:00 pm with food and networking, programming starts at approximately 6:30 pm ET.

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React Native Interfaces with Leland Richardson

[podcast] React Native Interfaces with Leland Richardson @intelligibabble @Airbnb…

  • React Native works by presenting a consistent model for the user interface regardless of the underlying platform, and emitting a log of changes to that user interface.
  • In today’s episode, he explains how Airbnb uses React Native, how React Native works, and the future of the platform.
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Airbnb is a company that is driven by design. New user interfaces are dreamed up by designers and implemented for web, iOS, and Android. This implementation process takes a lot of resources, but it used to take even more before the company started using React Native. React Native allows Airbnb to reuse components effectively.
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