Up and Running with Universal Components and Expo in the Trenches

Up and Running with Universal Components and Expo in the Trenches  #reactnative

  • Up and Running with Universal Components 🎤 – – Kurtis Kemple and Samantha Bretous and Samantha are joining us this month from NYC!
  • Universal components are a great way to maximize impact while minimizing the amount of repeated work.
  • Join Samantha and Kurt as they walk through what universal components are, what are some best practices, and most importantly, what are some pitfalls to avoid!
  • Kurt is a React / React Native / GraphQL enthusiast 🙌 Co-organizer of @NYCGraphQL 🗓 Technical Writer 🖋 Mentor 🎓 Fine Dancer🕺 – – – – Samantha is a Software Engineer at MLS blending the gap between web and mobile development through universal components.
  • Now, he’s trying to build and maintain a cross platform native app using only JavaScript.

We’re back in April with some more React Native awesomeness!🎤 Up and Running with Universal Components 🎤Kurtis Kemple (https://twitter.com/kurtiskemple) and Samantha Bretous (https://twitter.com/sam
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Top 3 React Native Courses By Stephen Grider (React Native)

Top 3 #reactnative Courses By Stephen Grider (#reactnative)  #redux

  • Check out our top three courses for learning React Native courses by Stephen Grider.
  • This course is for anyone looking to make native apps with React Native – – “Explains everything clearly, doesn’t skip over stuff.
  • Want to read more amazing reviews about Stephen Grider’s The Complete React Native and Redux Course?
  • Yes, click here to read more reviews… – – Description: Master the fundamentals of React and Redux with this tutorial as you develop apps with React Router, Webpack, and ES6 – – Ratings: 4.7 (28,056 ratings) – – Students: 93,804 students enrolled – – Instructor: Stephen Grider – – -…
  • Want to read more amazing reviews about Stephen Grider’s React Native: Advanced Concepts?

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React Native: A new competitor to native development?

React Native: A new competitor to native development?  #reactnative #tech

  • So, what advantages and disadvantages of React Native app development can we distinguish?
  • Many mobile IT companies consider the ability to develop cross-platform apps as the main advantage of React Native.
  • Therefore, when building an app with React Native framework, developers operate with blocks that can be easily managed.
  • Moreover, as its library only grows with each coming year, it becomes more and more beneficial and easy to use React Native in your mobile development.
  • One of React Native’s main advantages is the possibility to reuse code and build mobile apps for both Android and iOS platforms at the same time.

React Native is only two years old but it has already proved its usefulness. Lolita Rogers weighs in on the advantages and disadvantages.
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Join the 3-day mission! – Reactive Conf

Join the 3-day mission at #ReactiveConf!  #ReactJS #JavaScript

  • Join the 3-day mission!Two conference days on two stages and one festival day make ReactiveConf 2017 the most exciting conference in this solar system and beyond.ReactiveConf 2017: 3 days, 2 stages, 1 festival day, 1000+ opportunities2 CONFERENCE DAYSWe know that you like listening to our speakers, which include Tom Dale, who helped develop Ember.js, Angular lead Igor Minar, Vue.js creator Evan You, or animation guru Sarah Drasner this year.
  • But we also know that you love meeting them face-to-face, which is why we’re introducing two stages at ReactiveConf 2017!
  • The Discovery stage, however, will be dedicated to panel discussions and AMAs where you can chat and meet with the speakers from the Main stage and get answers to all your (tech) questions.1 FESTIVAL DAYAnd the fun never ends at ReactiveConf!
  • Friday, the third day of the event, will be the festival day full of free and paid workshops, interactive exhibitions, talks with industry leaders, special stands, and much more that will be announced soon.There will be theme rooms open to everyone who wants to meet with their peers and talk about their favorite technologies, and you’ll get a glimpse of what’s the next big thing in web and mobile development and get the chance to play with the most exciting gadgets.CREME DE LA CREME ON AND OFF THE STAGESIt’s a known fact that the center of our galaxy tastes of raspberries and smells of rum.
  • The ticket will grant you access to all three days of the event.Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Medium for exciting news and announcements.Would you like to see your name on the ReactiveConf 2017 schedule?

Two conference days on two stages and one festival day make ReactiveConf 2017 the most exciting conference in this solar system and beyond. We know that you like listening to our speakers, which…
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Join the 3 day mission! – ReactiveConf – Medium

Join #ReactiveConf's 3 day mission:  #ReactJS

  • Join the 3 day mission!Two conference days on two stages and one festival day make ReactiveConf 2017 the most exciting conference in this solar system and beyond.ReactiveConf 2017: 3 days, 2 stages, 1 festival day, 1000+ opportunities2 CONFERENCE DAYSWe know that you like listening to our speakers, which include Tom Dale, who helped develop Ember.js, Angular lead Igor Minar, Vue.js creator Evan You, or animation guru Sarah Drasner this year.
  • But we also know that you love meeting them face-to-face, which is why we’re introducing two stages at ReactiveConf 2017!
  • The Discovery stage, however, will be dedicated to panel discussions and AMAs where you can chat and meet with the speakers from the Main stage and get answers to all your (tech) questions.1 FESTIVAL DAYAnd the fun never ends at ReactiveConf!
  • Friday, the third day of the event, will be the festival day full of free and paid workshops, interactive exhibitions, talks with industry leaders, special stands, and much more that will be announced soon.There will be theme rooms open to everyone who wants to meet with their peers and talk about their favorite technologies, and you’ll get a glimpse of what’s the next big thing in web and mobile development and get the chance to play with the most exciting gadgets.CREME DE LA CREME ON AND OFF THE STAGESIt’s a known fact that the center of our galaxy tastes of raspberries and smells of rum.
  • The ticket will grant you access to all three days of the event.Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Medium for exciting news and announcements.Would you like to see your name on the ReactiveConf 2017 schedule?

Two conference days on two stages and one festival day make ReactiveConf 2017 the most exciting conference in this solar system and beyond. We know that you like listening to our speakers, which…
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Positive Reactions: Developing With React.js

A short article about development with React Native! #reactnative #AppDev

  • React Native allows you to create React components that directly translate to native components.
  • While development with other non-native frameworks also involve JavaScript, they tend to run in a webview embedded in a native app, further complicating the process.
  • Its sister project, React Native, offers app developers the ability to create native apps using only JavaScript.
  • Too often, existing frameworks talk about making an app seem native to both platforms, only for resulting apps to feel like they belong on neither.
  • With React Native’s view declarations, it becomes much easier to manage any possible contingency when users operate your app.

React Native gives developers a native app development tool that does a great job of bridging the gap between Android and iOS projects.
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Why Rails developers should learn React

Why Rails developers should learn React -  by @hrishio #rubyonrails #reactjs

  • Once you learn to use React with Rails, you can also use React Native to build mobile apps for the same API.
  • Rails developers should learn React because there’s growing market demand for developers who know both.
  • There are also other ways to use React with Rails.
  • As the tooling around React improves (see Create React App ), the initial hurdles to getting productive with React will also disappear (as they did with Rails).
  • The way, your investment in learning React gives you the chance to easily build cross-platform apps.

Learnetto: Online courses for learning to make web and mobile apps
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Mobile Metamorphosis

#ReactJS Native re-defines mobile development for companies and consultancies alike:

  • The proliferation of native applications has returned us to a world similar to pre-web times.
  • The threat is particularly pertinent when building native mobile applications.
  • “Designing, building and managing native applications across multiple devices is extremely slow and expensive.”
  • Facebook is building more and more of its own native applications in React Native.
  • In a world where consumer demand changes as fast as the direction of the wind, building native applications for proprietary platforms is now too expensive and too slow to deliver a great customer experience.

SoDA serves as a network and voice for entrepreneurs and innovators around the globe who are creating the future of marketing and digital experiences.
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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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Introduction · RxConnect – ReactJS News – ReactJS News – ReactJS News

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  • map ( todos = > ( { todos } ) ) ) ; } ) class TodoList extends React .

@rxConnect ( (props$, state$, dispatch) = > { const actions = { onCompleted$: new Rx.Subject ( ) } const userId$ = state$. pluck ( “userId” ) . distinctUntilChanged ( ) ; const completed$ = actions.onCompleted$. pluck ( 0 ) . startWith ( false ) ; const todos$ = Rx.Observable . combineLatest (userId$, completed$) . flatMapLatest ( ( [ userId, completed ] ) = > dispatch ( fetchData (userId, completed) ) . startWith (undefined) ) ; return Rx.Observable. merge ( Rx.Observable: : ofActions (actions) , todos$. map (todos = > ( { todos } ) ) ) ; } ) class TodoList extends React.PureComponent { render ( ) { const { todos, onCompleted } = this .props; return (
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