- As mentioned above, the ‘docs/’ folder contains the source files for all of the docs in the React Native website.
- If you’re adding a new doc or you need to alter the order the docs appear in the sidebar, take a look at the ‘sidebars.json’ file in the ‘website/’ directory.
- The React Native website is versioned as to allow users to go back and see the API reference docs for any given release.
- json’ files will be copied over to the corresponding location within ‘website/versioned_docs/’ and keeps track of the list of versions for the site in the ‘website/versions.
- The ‘showcase.json’ file contains the list of users that are highlighted in the React Native showcase.
react-native-website – The site and docs for React Native
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- This feature is built right into Chrome and it lets developers inspect pages and edit or remove elements right from within the browser.
- Facebook’s team created the React.js library which abstracts a layer for frontend developers to reuse certain UI elements.
- And now, with React Developer Tools you can inspect these element hierarchies and edit them right on the page.
- You can also study the different states and the paths of object trees including which elements are above & below other elements.
- In the sidebar, you can browse through props and states which let you study the behavior of other elements in that same tree.
Every web developer should already know about the amazing Chrome Developer Tools. This feature is built right into Chrome and it lets developers inspect pages
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