Building Native Mobile Apps with React Native

Building Native Mobile Apps with React Native |

  • It’s been tough for developers to create native apps in different OS platforms.
  • Moreover, developing the native apps for different platforms requires skill sets and experience pertinent to the OS platform.
  • As a result, React Native is making progress by providing Real Native experience for different OS platforms.
  • The beauty of React Native is that it allows developers to build native apps using JavaScript and React.Its main theme lies on utilizing the power of React in native platforms.
  • The most useful features of React Native are the capability to write source code only in React Native, and the ability to compile it on various OS platforms.

React Native is providing Real Native experience for different OS platforms. It allows developers to build native apps using JavaScript and React.
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Check out our React JS #stickers

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  • Your stickers are printed from a sheet vinyl, covered by a layer of top quality transparent film to protect the ink and improve durability and beauty, then finely cut to follow the shape.

Ultimate quality, top notch printing process, unique design React stickers stickers at Unixstickers, the largest unix, programming and software SWAG store. Free shipping available.
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JavaScript: The beauty of arrow functions – LeanJS – Medium

JavaScript: The beauty of arrow functions  #react #arrowfunctions #es6 #javascript #reactjs

  • JavaScript: The beauty of arrow functionsArrow functions are an awesome ES6 language feature for a number of reasons, but we believe there are 3 key reasons they really shine:They are more conciseThey allow for implicit returnsThey get their “this” value from the context, meaning it comes from the callerLet’s look at some ES5 vs ES6 code:In the above code example we compare the ES5 and ES6 way of grabbing some values from an array of objects.More ConciseThe most striking thing is the amount of code, less code means less probability of introducing errors.
  • Secondly it’s obvious that our arrow function has improved readability here, it’s also more declarative.
  • Being concise and declarative with code is especially important when working in teams, it saves time and improves outcomes.Implicit returnsThe ability to return values implicitly builds upon the first point, we no longer need to add extra syntax such as the {} and return keyword if they are not needed.
  • So context is simply the one who is calling the function.If this isn’t clear, have a play with the code yourself here: why is getting the “this” value from the context useful?Before we had to bind our functions explicitly to make sure they had the right “this” value:We can of course continue doing this, but now we have a more concise way of doing the same thing:Summing upUsing arrow functions allows us to use a more concise and declarative syntax while eliminating the need for us to bind them explicitly.
  • There are of course a few more things to know about arrow functions which are beyond the scope of this post.

Arrow functions are an awesome ES6 language feature for a number of reasons, but we believe there are 3 key reasons they really shine: In the above code example we compare the ES5 and ES6 way of…
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Embracing React – EndGame Blog

Embracing React  #ui #react #software #reactjs #cloud #reactjs

  • This allows the UI (which is a huge cost in any build) to be re-useable — a huge business benefit when building cloud software.We had been using Backbone as our main UI framework and had found that too much logic hid itself inside our models.
  • There was no clear delineation between where the model ended and the logic began.Beautiful design can be implemented in any framework (or without one at all!)
  • This is due to the main logic being removed from the grid itself and only the common state changes, such as a loading state, remaining triggered by the main logic.In 2015 we were starting a few new projects from scratch, so we decided to use React as the framework for the UI.
  • The solution was to build these common components to be re-usable from the ground up — so they could be dropped into any app seamlessly.One component we’ve used multiple times is a card dashboard (shown above) — where we separate bite-size information chunks into cards that can then expand into a larger picture.
  • React has been an ideal framework for developing these cards as separate modules that have no dependencies on other cards or the underlying dashboard layout.Another useful outcome of React is that our designer is able to communicate in components as building blocks.

React is a JavaScript library for building UI and it promises many things. But the main one that appealed to us was the idea that state and logic could be easily removed from the UI code and placed…
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Tutorial: How to Build A Chat App with React Native

Need a little #ReactNative refresher? Not to worry, we've got you covered.

  • Create A Chat App Project
  • import React, { Component } from ‘react’;
  • Tutorial: How to Build A Chat App with React Native
  • How to build a native chat app with React Native and Socket.IO
  • Let’s create a user interface for our chat app.

We gave you an intro to React Native, now let’s put those skills to work!
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