React Native Beginners workshop

Do you know the React Native code conventions and tools that can accelerate development?

  • The Workshop focuses on how to build native iOS and android app using React Native such that it can easily be extended to any platform such as Windows Phone, Web, Desktop, Electron and even VR*.
  • In short, the workshop will focus on how to write/structure your React Native apps such that they share 80% of the source code (all the Business logic) across all platforms and only rewrite the view or layout layer (rest 20%) differently for different platforms.
  • We will do live setup of a single platform (iOS) React Native app and we will be adding each platform step by step extending out app to multiple platforms.
  • The talk will introduce code conventions and tools that can accelerate development with React Native.
  • The knowledge is based on the experience of working with React Native apps for around 1.5 years and helping clients launch their apps quicker than ever before.

Learn how to build native iOS and android app using React Native such that it can easily be extended to any platform such as Windows Phone, Web, Desktop, Electron and even VR*.
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Bringing React to the Physical World

DOM is an implementation detail to #ReactJS Use ReactHardware to render to #Arduino =>

  • React Hardware embraces React Native’s “Learn Once, Write Anywhere” motto and enables you to apply your React component model to hardware and physical devices.
  • Render hardware models (such as frizting )) and control your device from the same codebase.
  • React bindings for Arduino’s and other physical devices
  • React Hardware aims to enable another generation of JavaScript developers an easy platform for controlling hardware as well as open up a new platform for experimentation and tooling.
  • Hardware can already be powered by JavaScript, although none provide such a declarative or composable abstraction as React.

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@d4vecarter: “DOM is an implementation detail to #ReactJS Use ReactHardware to render to #Arduino =>”


React Hardware embraces React Native’s “Learn Once, Write Anywhere” motto and
enables you to apply your React component model to hardware and physical
devices.


Bringing React to the Physical World