Are you our next hire?

  • We are a young company still establishing our stack and processes, so being open to trying new languages and technologies is a must, as is putting forth honest and reasoned opinions on what works and doesn’t.
  • At the moment we are using ReasonML, GraphQL, JavaScript, Python, React Native, Docker, MYSQL, RethinkDB, and AWS Lambda.
  • We are looking for a new developer, whose first responsibility will be writing React Native apps in ReasonML.
  • You don’t have to have experience with these technologies, as long as you are willing and able to learn – – We expect you to have a good understanding of JavaScript, HTML/CSS, and web development in general.

We are a young company still establishing our stack and processes, so being open to trying new languages and technologies is a must, as is putting forth honest and reasoned opinions on what works and doesn’t. At the moment we are using ReasonML, GraphQL, JavaScript, Python, React Native, Docker, MYSQL, RethinkDB, and AWS Lambda.
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Understanding Navigation In React Native

  • Navigation has to do with the nav bars, tab bars and side menu drawers in your mobile application.
  • You should check out the React Native documentation on how to get started with React Native and React Navigation.
  • We can use this to relate to the StackNavigator which simply means adding screens on top of each other like a stack.
  • A code snippet of ScreenOne:

    One of the major difference between this navigator and the rest is and which opens and closes the drawer.

  • If you have to use React Native Navigation libraries, you should check out this list of amazing libraries for React Native.

I’ll be taking you through React Navigation. Navigation has to do with the nav bars, tab bars and side menu drawers in your mobile application.
At the end of the tutorial, you should have a pretty…
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