Continuous Integration for React Native

#Continuousintegration & #reactnative. Match made in heaven!

  • This guide is for you if… – – We will show you how to setup Continuous Integration for React Native builds in just a few clicks using Nevercode.
  • When the scanning completes you’ll be presented with three options: – – The Project selection here means a directory in your repository where your React Native configuration file is stored.
  • Nevercode installs the dependencies listed out in your project’s file automatically using Yarn package manager right after your repository is cloned for building.
  • Signing React Native applications in Nevercode is done just like it is with native Android and iOS applications.
  • With support for React Native, iOS, Android, Cordova and Ionic, Nevercode is truly a mobile developer’s choice to release defect-free mobile apps faster.

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Continuous Integration for React Native

#Continuousintegration for #ReactNative - match made in heaven! 🛠📱

  • This guide is for you if… – – We will show you how to setup Continuous Integration for React Native builds in just a few clicks using Nevercode.
  • When the scanning completes you’ll be presented with three options: – – The Project selection here means a directory in your repository where your React Native configuration file is stored.
  • Nevercode installs the dependencies listed out in your project’s file automatically using Yarn package manager right after your repository is cloned for building.
  • Signing React Native applications in Nevercode is done just like it is with native Android and iOS applications.
  • With support for React Native, iOS, Android, Cordova and Ionic, Nevercode is truly a mobile developer’s choice to release defect-free mobile apps faster.

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React native or phonegap- build apps the easy way

React native or phonegap- build apps the easy way - @konstantinfo #MobileApps #WhaTech

  • To make this happen in reality, the communities of expert developers out there have changed the ruled of the app development by creating super-fast frameworks like React Native and PhoneGap.
  • Most mobile app development companies of today are working on improving their React Native and PhoneGap app development skills so as to gratify the business requirements of every company, entrepreneur, startup and enterprise across the worlds.
  • Belonging to the cross-platform app development, both PhoneGap and React Native frameworks only maintain a single codebase in HTML, CSS and JavaScript web technologies for both iOS and Android, instead of constructing parallel codebases in Swift and Java.
  • Since React Native is all about JavaScript, mobile app development companies need not train their employees exclusively on certain skills.
  • Related Article: The 7 Best Hybrid App Development Frameworks for 2017 – – In sum, those not from the tech world may only believe native Android and iOS apps to be the only solutions to delivering an engaging and feature-rich app experience to the users.

Now develop your mobile apps the cross-platform way where they look and feel like native with React Native and PhoneGap. React Native is Facebook’s backed UI component library making app development easier than ever before.
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Vue.js vs React.js: A Real Tight Comparison between the two

Vue.js vs React.js: A Real Tight Comparison between the two

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  • Even though you get profound community support with both, one can feel extremely comfortable with Vue’s Guide, setup process, property names and many other.
  • Whereas in Vue, component dependencies will be automatically handled and tracked during its render, so the system itself can re-render related components in accordance with state changes.
  • Being more popular of the two, React, prefers handing over the state management and routing solutions to it’s wide extended community.
  • Vue doesn’t offer solid options as native React, but given the active collaboration and development, it’s expected to catch up sooner rather than later.
  • It comes across strongly as a framework that reinforces the weak link of both Angular and React.

Vue.js is gaining popularity with every passing day. Has it grown larger than some incumbents? Find out much more here as we bring you a close range comparison between Vue and React
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10 Amazing Apps that are Built using React Native

10 amazing #mobileapps that are built using #ReactNative.

  • Before team Bloomberg adopted React Native for their mobile app development, they had to spend significant time in developing and updating the versions of iOS and Android app individually.
  • Although React Native covers a small part of this app, it adds a significant experience for the users in terms of UI and UX.
  • Their iOS and Android apps share 98% of the code, which is an amazing example of how React Native can help in cross-platform app development.
  • The examples shared above elucidates that React Native has got potential for mobile app development, with any scale, any idea, with any type of content.
  • If you too have an app idea that this amazing technology can do justice to, check out more about our React Native development services.

React Native use modern web techniques for mobile app development. Here is a list of 10 amazing apps that are built using React Native technology.
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Vue.js vs React.js: A Real Tight Comparison between the two

  • Even though you get profound community support with both, one can feel extremely comfortable with Vue’s Guide, setup process, property names and many other.
  • Whereas in Vue, component dependencies will be automatically handled and tracked during its render, so the system itself can re-render related components in accordance with state changes.
  • Being more popular of the two, React, prefers handing over the state management and routing solutions to it’s wide extended community.
  • Vue doesn’t offer solid options as native React, but given the active collaboration and development, it’s expected to catch up sooner rather than later.
  • It comes across strongly as a framework that reinforces the weak link of both Angular and React.

Vue.js is gaining popularity with every passing day. Has it grown larger than some incumbents? Find out much more here as we bring you a close range comparison between Vue and React
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React Native: What to Expect

React Native: What to Expect  #reactnative #ios #android

  • People start using it for many reasons, including:

    As you build a skillset working with React Native, much of that knowledge can be leveraged for web development via React.

  • If we compare with other Javascript mobile frameworks like Ionic and NativeScript, React Native is number one in popularity on GitHub.
  • There are a lot of real world apps using React Native, such as Instagram, Airbnb, Walmart, and many more!
  • If you’re looking to develop mobile apps for iOS and Android, React Native is worth a try.
  • Our first React Native Remote Meetup is happening on soon, and it’s a great way to meet other React Native developers and stay up to date on what is happening in the community.

React Native: What to Expect
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My first ever game

My first ever game - React.js Basic Pairs #gamedev

  • Don’t hesitate, submit the blog post it doesn’t even have to be yours!
  • If you’re interested in starting HTML 5 games or making Android and IOS Apps, please check it out.
  • subreddit: subreddit find submissions in “subreddit” author: username find submissions by “username” site: example.com find submissions from “example.com” url: text search for “text” in url selftext: text search for “text” in self post contents self:yes (or self:no) include (or exclude) self posts nsfw:yes (or nsfw:no) include (or exclude) results marked as NSFW
  • I posted on a couple of weeks back about my plan to share my progress on HTML 5 games.
  • Well, I’ve just published the details of my first one, a React.js Game of Basic Pairs.

I posted on here a couple of weeks back about my plan to share my progress on HTML 5 games. Well, I’ve just published the details of my first…
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Deploying a React Native App for iOS — pt. 1 – Medium

  • You will want to make sure that your Bundle Identifier is set to be your App ID, and select your device in the top left where the iOS version is selected.
  • In short: personal is easier to get started, but if you want to transition to a business account it can be time-consuming.
  • Last week I deployed a React Native iOS app to the App Store.
  • The two ways of running your app on your phone are ( 1.
  • Deploying a React Native App for iOS – pt.

Last week I deployed a React Native iOS app to the App Store. In total, the deployment process took about 2 hours — going through the…
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How React Native Dies

How #ReactJS Native Dies

  • Many react native applications that I look at still look like web applications.
  • If you think I’m wrong, then I’d love to hear what you think is the most threatening problem that react native faces on its way to mainstream adoption.
  • Code Cookbook creates recipes for building great react native apps.
  • As Eloy from Artsy and James from Exponent have pointed out, native developers have insight on how to build better react native applications and when the skeptical native developers start seeing more quality react native apps, they’ll eventually be won over.
  • We have native mobile development experience, so we’ve got a little insight into how to build your react native apps so that they feel like native iOS and Android apps.

Me: “Look at the top 100 apps in the app store. None of those apps use Cordova. I want to build the best possible apps I can, so I don’t use Cordova, nor am I interested in learning how to build Cordova applications.”
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