- Many developers already use create-react-app to build their React applications, but like I mentioned earlier, developers are still screaming for more configuration options!
- One great way of solving this later challenge is publishing a fork of for your team, then all your developers can just run and have the same setup across board.
- Auth0 helps you to:
Auth0 has its own fork of which means you can install an Auth0-powered React app with a single command like so:
Once it is done installing, go ahead and:
Create React App (CRA) is a very good tool for creating React apps from the CLI without build configuration.
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- That is why React JS is steadily gaining popularity among the developers of the web and mobile apps.
- If you are a developer who is concerned with single page applications and want to come up with fast, user-friendly, and responsive apps, React JS is definitely a worthy choice.
- Considering the advantages offered by this technology, there is no reason why React JS won’t be welcomed by developers in pursuit of creating advanced web and mobile apps.
So what makes React JS a preferred technology to develop kickass web and mobile apps? We list down 8 top reasons in support of it. 1. Easy to learn and master. 2. Simple to write components
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- We can build cross platform apps such as Android and IOS.React Native comes with the idea to code once and deploy everywhere so you don’t need to work twice to have your app running in different platforms.With React Native we can have almost all React library concepts including components, state, life-cycles methods and so on.
- All of them is classified as hybrid frameworks and runs inside a WebView but a React Native app are not a hybrid app because it do not run in a WebView.
- For this reason React Native apps are faster than hybrid apps and offer a better user experience.What is the advantages?The first and maybe one of the best advantages is the cross platform development capability.
- In addition to reducing the number of people responsible for one application, it is really very easy to code and get fast results because we don’t need to recompile the code every time we make a change!The other great advantage is that React Native is open source, so we don’t need to pay to use the framework and we also can submit pull requests to the core repository.How can I be more productive using it?You may heard somewhere that a good practice for a programmer is to reuse code.
This article is for you who have heard about this technology, but do not feel totally safe or/and do not have much time to get to know it.
So let’s get start with some questions. It is a framework…
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- I’ll talk about my experiences now after having created a full app with React Native and show some of the obstacles I encountered along the way with their solutions.
- For my app I needed a lot of components that don’t immediately ship with React Native.
- I had a state tree that contained deeply nested objects , but it was annoying to change the state tree, because you cannot simply mutate the state.
- I used local notifications for the rest timer in my app, as these work even when the app is not in the foreground or when the device is sleeping.
- When a lot of components are mounted and pushed onto the route stack, every single component that is connected to the store calls their selectors when a state update occurs, even the ones that are not being rendered right now.
I recently released my first app on Android built with React Native. It’s a fully fledged workout log for the PHUL fitness program including customizing workouts and exercises, a rest timer, a calendar, progress charts, etc. You can see the full feature list and check out the app PHUL Workout Log on the Google Play Store. I don’t own a Mac so it’s only available on Android for now.
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- You build a real mobile app that’s indistinguishable from an app built using Objective-C or Java.
- It definitely takes more time to ship a decent app as a first timer.
- “With React Native, you don’t build a “mobile web app”, an “HTML5 app”, or a “hybrid app”.
- Your app will run smoothly on iOS and Android and you don’t need to learn native dev with ObjectiveC, Swift or Java.
- Write your app ones and run it everywhere, don’t spend time on writing ObjectiveC/Swift or Java anymore!
Ionic or React Native?
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