react-native-aws-cognito

React Native module for authentication with #AWS Cognito.

  • Motivation to work on this module (and so, best use case) was having a secure, simple and cheap user management system that can access AWS IoT devices.
  • It supports Enhanced (Simplified) Authflow as described on are some limitations in this module:

    Sample code for retrieving signed url and using it to connect with AWS IoT using MQTT over Websocket:

React Native module for authenticating with AWS Cognito.
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Introducing Create React Native App

  • Today we’re announcing Create React Native App: a new tool that makes it significantly easier to get started with a React Native project!
  • With Create React Native App, there’s no need to use Xcode or Android Studio, and you can develop for your iOS device using Linux or Windows.
  • This is accomplished using the Expo app, which loads and runs CRNA projects written in pure JavaScript without compiling any native code.
  • Try creating a new project (replace with suitable yarn commands if you have it installed):

    This will start the React Native packager and print a QR code.

  • Create React Native App is now stable enough for general use, which means we’re very eager to hear about your experience using it!

Today we’re announcing Create React Native App: a new tool that makes it significantly easier to get started with a React Native project! It’s heavily inspired by the design of Create React App and is the product of a collaboration between Facebook and Expo (formerly Exponent).
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Use `react-devtools-core/standalone` instead of fork by jhen0409 · Pull Request #44 · jhen0409/react-native-debugger · GitHub

react-native-debugger – The standalone app based on official debugger of React Native, and includes React Inspector / Redux DevTools
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Introducing React Native Forms — Medium

Introducing #ReactJS Native forms:

  • But not only can you use React Native Forms to easily produce native-looking forms with default styling, it can be completely customized.
  • I’m open sourcing the library I wrote to quickly build forms at AuditionMe , React Native Forms.
  • Each form component should basically work the same way.
  • React Native Forms is already cross-platform, but I’d love to see the default Android styles look more like Android.
  • I shouldn’t have to look up a special set of props for every single component the form library provides.

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@ReactiveConf: “Introducing #ReactJS Native forms:”


I’m open sourcing the library I wrote to quickly build forms at AuditionMe, React Native Forms. Check it out on Github: https://github.com…


Introducing React Native Forms — Medium

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ReactJS & Electron! :D

sMedium: A desktop app for writing Medium stories  via @gavindinubilo

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  • Gavin – I write code, also Jam API, and Songfari
  • A desktop app for writing Medium stories
  • I built sMedium because I want to get into writing on Medium, but often times getting way too distracted in the browser.
  • It comes with the same writing features that you get in Medium, making items bold, italicized, underlined, ability to write lists (get Medium famous yo)!

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@ChintanGhate: “ReactJS & Electron! 😀

sMedium: A desktop app for writing Medium stories via @gavindinubilo”


sMedium – A desktop app for writing Medium stories. (Mac and Medium) Read the opinion of 20 influencers.


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