Introducing Realm React Native

Introducing Realm #ReactJS Native – a replacement for SQLite and AsyncStorage:

  • Realm’s primary focus has always been ease of use, and as you can see from the samples above, Realm React Native is no different.
  • Realm React Native is much better because of their input, & we are honored to launch Realm React Native at React Conf 2016 !
  • Realm React Native itself has been used by TaskRabbit in production since December 2015 .
  • Realm React Native is built in the open on GitHub .
  • Tests conducted on February 19, 2016, using the latest versions available of Realm, React Native SQLite Storage for SQLite, and React Native Store for AsyncStorage.

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@ReactiveConf: “Introducing Realm #ReactJS Native – a replacement for SQLite and AsyncStorage:”


Today at Facebook’s React.js Conference, we’re launching a new Realm mobile database built specifically for React Native. It offers easy object persistence and full query capabilities, with a performance profile that’s usually 2–10x faster than existing options. Like the other editions of Realm, it is designed from the ground up to enable reactive app development, with live objects, change events, and support for unidirectional data flows.


Introducing Realm React Native

How I use React Native, Redux, and Meteor — Medium

  • I’m building the React Native app as a React app first and a Meteor app second.
  • Sometimes you want to keep some of the Meteor data in your redux store.
  • What I’ll be talking about only covers using Meteor and Redux in the context of a React Native client.
  • All of your Meteor data is now in your Redux store and should be up to date at all times.
  • First we need to connect a component to be knowledgable of Meteor.

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@meteorjs: “How I use React Native, Redux, and Meteor: by @spencer_carli on Medium #Redux #Meteorjs #ReactNative”


Note: What I’ll be talking about here only covers using Meteor and Redux in the context of a React Native client.


How I use React Native, Redux, and Meteor — Medium

Using Native SDKs and Libraries in React Native

Using native SDKs and libraries with #React Native

  • Most of the time, these are only available in their native version, and only accessible as Objective-C or Swift libraries in the case of iOS apps or as Java Classes for Android apps.
  • Step 2: Call our bridge from our React Native code.
  • Step 1: Create two native files for our bridge.
  • An Objective-C class is made out of two files, a .m and a .h, holding the module implementation and the header for this module respectively.
  • When building an app in React Native we may end up needing to use third-party SDKs or libraries.

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@PacktPub: “Using native SDKs and libraries with #React Native”


Using Native SDKs and Libraries in React Native written by Emilio Rodriguez: one of the many blog articles from Packt Publishing


Using Native SDKs and Libraries in React Native

Fullstack React

📬 Today's newsletter: Universal React Applications. React Server, MobX and more #reactjs ⚛

  • Our very own Ari Lerner has written a complete and thorough tutorial on how to integrate Google Maps into React.
  • A member of our Fullstack React team, Ari Lerner, has written an in-depth article about creating a Google Maps React component.
  • If you’re looking into using a map in your next React Native project, we’ve got a github repo that’s just what you’ve been looking for.
  • The week we are focusing on React components that integrate with different map APIs.
  • In addition to Ari’s Google Maps article, we’ll look at some other components that utilize the Google Maps and Google Places API.

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@fullstackreact: “📬 Today’s newsletter: Universal React Applications. React Server, MobX and more #reactjs ⚛”


Maps Integrations 🐬


Fullstack React

January London React Meetup, Actually Building Things In React Native , Jani Eväkallio, Futurice

Actually building things with @reactjs Native with @jevakallio  #londonreact #reactjs

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  • January London React Meetup, Actually Building Things In React Native , Jani Eväkallio, Futurice
  • How Futurice shipped a beautiful iOS app using React Native and what they learned along the way
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@londonreact: “Actually building things with @reactjs Native with @jevakallio #londonreact #reactjs”


How Futurice shipped a beautiful iOS app using React Native and what they learned along the way


January London React Meetup, Actually Building Things In React Native , Jani Eväkallio, Futurice

The caveats of using Navigator in React Native — NativeBase.io Blog

The caveats of using Navigator in #ReactJS Native:

  • As we kept pushing new views to the navigator, the app started to slow down and lag.
  • Navigator is not like the routers of the web
  • We have been quite into it ever since, with the pro version of Native Starter and now NativeBase , an open source framework to write React Native apps being one of our works.
  • When we pushed views into the navigator, the navigator got stacked with new pages.
  • The caveats of using Navigator in React Native

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@ReactiveConf: “The caveats of using Navigator in #ReactJS Native:”


After having a great experience of working with React, we did not leave much time to try our hands on React Native when it went open source…


The caveats of using Navigator in React Native — NativeBase.io Blog

Opinion: Weighing risks against benefits of React Native in the enterprise

Opinion: Weighing risks against benefits of #ReactNative in the enterprise

  • React Native’s architecture, its declarative approach to UI, its predilection for placing related code in the same file, plus its emphasis on functional programming all make for software that is more deterministic and more reliable than the standard approach.
  • The approaches to UI development could not be more different.
  • > Twitter enables developers to embed ads into tweet streams
  • Objective C vs. React Native: Comparing Developments
  • In a parallel undertaking, RNF had begun conducting experiments with React Native.

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@Developer_Tech: “Opinion: Weighing risks against benefits of #ReactNative in the enterprise”


Discussions proliferate as to whether React Native is already mature enough to be considered as the basis for enterprise applications.


Opinion: Weighing risks against benefits of React Native in the enterprise