Our Journey Building a React Native App

  • Magento specialists, The App Store and The Play Store – three things rarely spoken about in the same sentence – – Then an existing client of ours, one that’s been having month on month growth from an existing Mobile-friendly website we built for them, approached us with a new request:…
  • React Native is a platform that allows Javascript developers to create Apps for both iOS and Android, all from the same Codebase.
  • There are other solutions out there than achieve similar results, but some of the reasons for choosing React Native were as follows: – – So we had the answer now, yes – JavaScript developers can produce an application that will run run on both iOS and android (thanks to react…
  • I don’t think it’s a good idea to become an Angular developer – or a React developer, you should instead strive to become an expert in JavaScript – doing so will allow you adopt new tools, libraries and frameworks as they come in and out of fashion without much work….
  • Jest – – There’s a huge amount of regular JavaScript that goes into a React Native application – especially when you’re handling side-effects away from components like we are with redux-observable.

Then an existing client of ours, one that’s been having month on month growth from an existing Mobile-friendly website we built for them, approached us with a new request: An App on both iOS and Android, capable of covering some of the offline features not currently possible on the Web.
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JSK Weekly is out. Come and see the best stories of the past week #javascript #reactjs

JSK Weekly is out. Come and see the best stories of the past week  #javascript #reactjs

  • This week brought a ton of good articles.
  • React writers are booming again so we had a hard time picking best React related stories for you.
  • Giap Nguyen shared an interesting story explaining how and why he wrote his own State Management library.
  • If you are a newcomer to a world of software development and you choose to start with JavaScript, make sure to check out “JavaScript — What is a function?”
  • Finally, we have some very interesting library introductions this week in Libraries and Tools section like formik, bilboard.js and svelte, just to name a few.

This week brought a ton of good articles. React writers are booming again so we had a hard time picking best React related stories for you.

Not exactly a Redux fan? Moreover quite the opposite? You are not alone. Giap Nguyen shared an interesting story explaining how and why he wrote his own State Management library.

If you are a newcomer to a world of software development and you choose to start with JavaScript, make sure to check out “JavaScript — What is a function?” A very nice introduction to functions by Brandon Morelli.

Stephen Fluin covered all the Angular fans with a great article “The Past, Present, and Future of the Angular CLI”. With the short historical overview, developers are introduced to the benefits that Angular CLI can provide thus making Angular developer’s life easier.

Finally, we have some very interesting library introductions this week in Libraries and Tools section like formik, bilboard.js and svelte, just to name a few.

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