- After all, we always want our development tools to – Via GiphyIf you are a beginner in React, you may find some of the packages helpful in debugging or visualising various abstract parts of your app.
- React StorybookWhile creating applications in React, you must have had this thought at least once: What if I could see a rendition of the component that I am using(or making) and see how it behaves under different combinations of props, states, and actions.
- Demo from storybook’s repoSome highlights are — – Storybook runs outside of your app.This allows the components to be developed in isolation from the app development.It also means that you do not have to worry about various dependencies while creating the components.Other similar packages are: React Cosmos, React Styleguidist -…
- It keeps track of the props and states, and when a component is re-rendered without any change in the props or the state, the package logs the details in the console.
- Image from Why did you update’s repoCreate React App(CRA)Not exactly a development tool, but over the years I have found that this package is really helpful in creating rapid prototypes.
React has grown in popularity over the last few years. With that, a lot of tools have emerged that make developer’s life easy and development fun. They are going to help us in achieving the extra…
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- First, let’s go ahead and create our React project using Create React App, and change into the new project’s directory: – create-react-app react-auth – cd react-authNext, let’s install React Router and Glamor using either npm or yarn: – yarn add react-router-dom glamoror – npm i react-router-dom glamor –saveAdding the identity providerYou…
- Next we’ll add user-signin (Amazon Cognito) and deploy the new configuration: – awsmobile user-signin enable – awsmobile pushawsmobile user-signin enable will enable Amazon Cognito in our project with default settings, including 2 factor authentication with SMS (we will add TOTP later).
- If you would like more control over how your authentication provider is created, you can either pass the -p flag to specify a more detailed configuration (awsmobile user-signin enable -p), or you can go to Amazon Cognito to directly create and configure the service in the console.To see a more…
- : 2 factor authentication for new user sign up – confirmSignUp(username: string, authenticationCode: string) – signIn — signs in an existing user – signIn(username: string, password: 2 factor authentication for user sign in – confirmSignIn(user: object, authenticationCode: string) – Now, let’s wire this up!
- When the user signs up using the signUp method, they will receive an authorization code via SMS, and will need to input this value into the form and we will then confirm that this code is correct by calling confirmSignUp: – – Let’s now create the inputs, buttons, and the…
How to do implement world 2 factor authentication (both SMS and TOTP) using React, React Router, and Amazon Cognito In this post, we’ll walk through how to implement real world user sign up and sign…
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- There were several reasons why I chose React Native as my new framework and I want to share with you which were these reasons :Frequently, I use some applications which are built with React Native such as Booking, Airbnb, Facebook and Instagram.
- Their animations, performance and UI are almost native and It is difficult to feel and see difference between Android Native and React application.Another thing I saw was that big companies are starting implement and get involved on React Native.
- But I could not say the same of React Native here is an example.I made a retrospective about all applications I have made so far in order to found which of them could not be built on React Native.
- Common features I am talking about List, Sign in, Social Logins, Video player, Audio player, Image render, Forms, Tabs, Details views, Navigation and Animations.Write one and run everywhere, it is well know that if you write a React Native you can run on Android and iOS.
- It’s also easy to build part of your app in React Native, and part of your app using native code directly — that’s how the Facebook app works.Sooner or later as Android Developer you will have to learn Kotlin.In conclusion, React Native is a framework cross-platform that has been well built and…
I have been an Android Developer for 4 years. During this time I have had the opportunity to development several Android applications. But since 2 months ago I started coding a new application called…
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- React Native Fiberâââa starter kit focused on animationsFiber is an iOS and Android React Native theme heavily focused on animations.
- Inspired by Fiber fromÂ Framer.Iâm a strong believer that premium starter kits written in React Native are the fastest way to bootstrap a new project that works on both iOS and Android.
- Next, I really wanted to provide a kit that is heavily focused on React Native animations and implemented: Fiber.
- This new starter kit is the implementation of the Fiber UI kit from Framer.Fiber has been written using es6 and flow annotations for type checking.
- The visual design can easily be customized and all aspects of the app are implemented: from navigation to data management.
I’m a strong believer that premium starter kits written in React Native are the fastest way to bootstrap a new project that works on both iOS and Android. And I’ve always been looking to implement a…
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- If you’re just getting started with RN, or you are experienced and are about to start a new project, here are the tools I recommend that you add to your React Native repertoire: – – Thanks for checking out this article!
Supercharge your RN development with these tools!
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- To get started with React you have to learn and configure NPM, webpack, babel AND React.
- You have probably heard of create-react-app (CRA) which is an official tool to start a new React project.
- Next, we are going to create our minimal React app and HTML file.
- Our webpack config uses babel-loader to run babel which uses the regular babel config file.
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- Media Temple is a web hosting company.
- Even if you’ve heard of them, perhaps you didn’t know of a few specific types of hosting they offer.
- One of those is that they’ll host you on Amazon Web Services.
- If you know you need AWS and it’s unique offerings, Media Temple will be your white-glove concierge.
- Not only that, they have an even more specific package of hosting WordPress on AWS, which is the most high performance possible setup for any WordPress site.
We’re talking about a new project we’re working on and how we decided to jump in and use React to build it. Rachel, Alex, Tim Holman, and Chris get together to share their path of learning about React.
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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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