How come React Native is so Native? – Quovantis – Medium

How come React Native is so Native?  #ReactJS

  • This sphere keeps the native feel intact so that it’s hard to tell whether the app is written in native language or React Native.JavaScript SphereIt contains JavaScript code that runs on the separate thread.
  • Well, let’s take a glance at how this wisely designed component works- Any user interaction/event is detected in Native Sphere and it’s straight away passed on to JavaScript sphere via bridge for processing.
  • When it’s done, it serializes the data and sends it back to native sphere via bridge for view rendering.Any pass over the bridge (call from Native to Javascript or from Javascript to Native ) brings down the performance graph.
  • As I mentioned earlier that any activity in JavaScript sphere does not hamper user experience, asynchronous calls make React Native apps highly performant.Serialization- Any communication over the bridge includes exchange of serializable messages.
  • Another sphere will have to keep waiting for the access thereby hampering its seamless code execution.Batch Processing- Under the veil, JavaScript code gets translated into native code after the pass over the bridge.

Before diving into the pool of React Native, I was curious to know how this thing really works under the hood. After all, developers can’t stand any black box and seeing through any abstraction is…
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Carry #GitHub in your pocket with #GitPoint: #ReactJS #ReactNative

Carry #GitHub in your pocket with #GitPoint:  #ReactJS #ReactNative

  • Built with React Native, GitPoint is the most feature-rich unofficial GitHub client that is 100% free.
  • A few of the things you can do with GitPoint:

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  • Also, if there’s anything you’d like to chat about, please feel free to join our gitter chat!
  • Please take a look at the contributing guidelines for a detailed process on how to build your application as well as troubleshooting information.
  • Feel free to use them or use a new set of keys by creating an OAuth application of your own

git-point – GitHub in your pocket :iphone:
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#ReactNative – Pros and Cons #100DaysOfCode #coding #react #reactjs @reactnewsletter @ReactJSNews

  • When we first heard about React Native, a framework that enables building an app for multiple platforms, we were thrilled.
  • One team, one codebase and the potential to scale an app for iOS and Android using a fracture of resources required in native development is a great promise.
  • A few years ago, Facebook officially announced React Native, a powerful framework with the promise of cross-platform compatibility.
  • The major selling point of React Native is shorter development time.
  • Facebook puts a lot of resources to ensure React Native’s reliability and also to guarantee a constant development of the platform.

React Native: One team, one codebase and potential to scale an app for iOS and Android using a fracture of resources required in native development is a great promise.
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Looking for a @reactjs project to contribute to? Here’s a 💯 communication board for people with speech impairments:

  • Cboard is an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) web application, allowing users with speech and language impairments (autism, cerebral palsy) to communicate by symbols and text-to-speech.
  • The app uses the browser’s Speech Synthesis API to generate speech when a symbol is clicked, there are 3400 symbols to choose from when creating a board.
  • Cboard is available in 33 languages (support varies by platform – Android, iOS, Windows).
  • By default, it also includes a service worker so that Cboard loads from local cache on future visits.
  • Thank you to BrowserStack for providing the infrastructure to test Cboard in real browsers.

cboard – AAC communication board with text-to-speech for the browser
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React Native App Development Company

Do you know? #ReactNative gives fantastic benefits of increased productivity.  #Mobileapp

  • Businesses always search for the apps offering optimum user experience, quick to market and run on maximum platform or devices.
  • Since, the Hybrid mobile apps have become the most effective channel of achieving business goals, it requires the capable tech partner such as byPeople Technology.
  • We are a React Native Development Company developing apps that run on Androind, iOS, Windows, and other known platforms offering native UI experience.
  • We create extremely convincing “Native” Hybrid mobile applications with React Native.

We are top rated React Native app development company. Hire ReactNative Expert or Team for Hybrid iOS/Android app development.
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React Native source maps tool

  • A new tool is available to make it easier to upload source maps for React Native projects using Bugsnag.
  • Source maps are required to translate the minified JavaScript errors into meaningful, actionable stack traces.
  • bugsnag-sourcemaps makes it easy to reliably upload source maps across Android and iOS in release and debug builds.
  • Find out more in our React Native docs.

A new tool is available to make it easier to upload source maps for React Native projects using Bugsnag.
Source maps…
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Building a mobile app in Rust and React Native, Part 1: Project Setup

Building a mobile app in Rust and React Native, Part 1: Project Setup

  • Building a mobile app in Rust and React Native, Part 1: Project SetupThe first post in series ‘building a mobile app in Rust and React Native’.
  • In this series I will describe process of connecting mobile front-end written in React Native with business logic written in Rust.As an introduction to this article, I suggest reading a great series from John Gallagher: Building an iOS App in Rust, Part 1: Getting Started with RustThe app we are building is a mobile wallet for ethereum cryptocurrency.
  • Required toolsnode.js (tested on v7.4.0)npm (tested on 5.2.0)rustup (tested on rustup 1.0.0 (17b6d21 2016-12-15))rustc (tested on 1.19.0 (0ade33941 2017–07–17))cargo (tested on cargo 0.20.0 (a60d185c8 2017–07–13))android_ndk (tested on r13b)Xcode (only, for iOS, tested on Version 8.1 (8B62))$NDK_HOME envarionment variable set to ndk home directory (eg.
  • # iosrustup target add i386-apple-iosrustup target add x86_64-apple-iosrustup target add armv7-apple-iosrustup target add armv7s-apple-iosrustup target add aarch64-apple-ios# androidrustup target add aarch64-linux-androidrustup target add armv7-linux-androideabirustup target add i686-linux-androidNow, let’s create a new project.react-native init our_projectNext, create rust subdirectory, enter it and runcargo new our_projectAfter those steps, the project directory should look like /our_project /Cargo.toml /srcNext, let’s setup makefile the project and place it inside our_project dir.ARCHS_IOS = i386-apple-ios x86_64-apple-ios armv7-apple-ios armv7s-apple-ios aarch64-apple-iosARCHS_ANDROID = aarch64-linux-android armv7-linux-androideabi ios androidios: $(LIB)android: $(ARCHS_ANDROID) sh copy_android.
  • sh.PHONY: $(ARCHS_IOS)$(ARCHS_IOS): %: cargo build –target $@ –release.PHONY: %: cargo build –target $@ –release$(LIB): $(ARCHS_IOS) lipo -create -output $@ $(foreach arch,$(ARCHS_IOS),$(wildcard is a shell script that copies our statically compiled libraries to jniLibs directory.

In this series I will describe process of connecting mobile front-end written in React Native with business logic written in Rust. As an introduction to this article, I suggest reading a great series…
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