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- 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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- 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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- 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.
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- A new tool is available to make it easier to upload source maps for React Native projects using Bugsnag.
- 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.
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- 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.
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