- In web development infinite scrolling is a technique that helps loading more contents automatically as the user scrolls down to the bottom.
- The infinite Scroll concept has definitely earned the user attraction but i won’t say it has replaced pagination.
- Make sure the of the div is lesser than the total height of primary showing items else you won’t get the scroll bar.
- You can set the height to 100% or use the window object instead of our iScroll div to make the scroll at window level.
- And I have used the same function to add the event listener for scroll into our div iScroll.
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- A basic implementation of the BBC News app built using React Native, the project helped with understanding how react native works, and how to begin building real apps with it.
- The app uses the same BBC News API as the official one, but is subject to change at any time so could break at any time.
- The app parses the BBC’s XML story structure and maps each item to react components.
- The app defaults to the topic of world news,pressing the topics under stories will laod those feeds, a way to view specific news feeds will be implemented soon.
- The app is currently iOS only, but I would like to expand to android in the future.
BBCNews-React-Native – An unofficial basic implementation of the BBC News app built using React Native
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Fw: React Native
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- 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