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- My Very First Hackathon đ¤Conclusion: Iâm not will never be a hackerItâs been a few days since I moved here to New York.
- Iâm still waiting to hear back from the job applications that I sent in and thatâs no fun at all, but I have been trying to keep myself busy in the meantime.My biggest goal while Iâm here in NYC is to immerse myself into the startup scene and build out my own idea.
- Long story short, this was not my scene.Now Iâm a rather chatty person so when I was waiting in the lobby to be let upstairs where we were going to begin coding, I started talking with everyone else who was there for the same meetup.
- And changes in your habits will have an effect on your brain neurotransmitters.
- Itâs the same process that actions have on components that have on reducers that have on the store, right?âOk maybe it was worded a bit more clearly than that, but it started to click with everyone else.Tbh, thatâs about it.
It’s been a few days since I moved here to New York. I’m still waiting to hear back from the job applications that I sent in and that’s no fun at all, but I have been trying to keep myself busy in…
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- WEEK -3 Updates [15th June — 22th June]Yet another week into Gsoc @ OpenMRS and things and the fun just keeps increasing!
- I get to learn new things , implement things in a smart way as opposed to the conventional way.This week I had 2 tasks:a) Improved Tagging supportb) Display compatibility of the module with current installed OpenMRS versionUnfortunately out of the above 2 tasks , I am still working of the 2nd task so I guess I can say that this week’s work wasn’t as per my expectations.Anyway moving on to the updates of last week, I succesfully implemented the tagging mechanism.
- Now, a user can click on a tag and all modules with that tag will get grouped together.How did I go about it?Firstly, I created the Rest API for it using spring .
- On clicking the tag, basically the UI calls the Rest API which returns the data i.e. the list of modules with same tag.
- This data is then inflated into the UI with the help of React router which does the job of connecting the front end to the back end.OUTPUT:Fig 1: Clickable tag as seen in the grey labelFig 2: List of modules with the tag: “form-entry”Conclusion:Not a very productive week Gsoc @OpenMRS, but optimistic about week 4!
Yet another week into Gsoc @ OpenMRS and things and the fun just keeps increasing! I get to learn new things , implement things in a smart way as opposed to the conventional way. Unfortunately out of…
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- Native Script and React Native ComparisonReact NativeWhether to develop a cross platform application as a native app or as a hybrid app is a crucial dilemma faced by application developers.
- However, some still like to build applications using Native Script and couple it with Angular to enable cross platform experience.This article compares both the approaches for building cross platform applications and help derive a conclusion, as to which is a superior way of building more native application experience.Application development with React NativeReact Native is an application development tool launched by Facebook in March 2015.
- React Native focuses on dirty rendering and speed of development to expedite cross platform application development.Angular JS 2 and Native Script App developmentNative Script is the basic tool used by developers for developing the code for an application.
- Native Script app development essentially follows a more holistic approach, with lower level UI elements to make it transparent and repeatable between multiple mobile platforms.
- Therefore, this approach is clearly not focused on speed and performance like React Native.Key DifferencesReact Native:Same base code is used to build apps for multiple platforms.Abstracts the business logic in order to support the different UI rendering on each platform.Applications have to interpret between multiple UI paradigms as they use the same code on different platformsEven though the application can be written in a platform-agnostic manner, React Native allows access to platform specific UI layer as well.Speed and Performance focus of React Native allows for hybrid applications to be ready and rendered very fast.Better suited for apps where the UI is complex, needs to be resource intensive, required lots of rendering and involves various custom elements.Native Script:Fundamentally follows the ‘write once, run anywhere’ approach.Focuses on creating a singular development experience, irrespective of the platform.Applications turn out to be more conceptually consistent due to the coupling with Angular JS 2, which has a declarative UI focus.Several UI elements are kept at a lower level in order to manage the UI transparently on multiple platforms.Dependence on Angular for driving the application’s architecture makes the app development slower than React Native.Ideal for generic, database powered apps that don’t require complex UI elements on multiple platforms.In conclusion, deciding which approach is better for developing a cross platform application can depend on the need and purpose of the application.
Whether to develop a cross platform application as a native app or as a hybrid app is a crucial dilemma faced by application developers. Ever since the launch of React Native, developers have…
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