Getting started with React Native

  • React Native helps you to build apps that no one would ever tell you that you did not use a custom native language such as JAVA or Swift or Objective C. React Native gives you that extra feel.
  • Create React Native App is the easiest way to start building a new React Native application.
  • It allows you to start a project without installing or configuring any tools to build native code – no Xcode or Android Studio installation required.
  • Do a change of directory to the location where you installed the React Native App.
  • NOTE: Create React Native App makes it really easy to run your React Native app on a physical device without setting up a development environment.

Getting to know React Native
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React Native Tutorial: Create Dynamic Animated Lists

  • The answer is, because we only need _deleteItem() to simulate the removal process of an item by firing out the height animation on the actual list row component.
  • When the component is mounted, componentDidMount is fired as well as the animation using the Animated React Native component.
  • class DynamicListRow extends Component { // these values will need to be fixed either within the component or sent through props _defaultHeightValue = 60; _defaultTransition = 500; state = { _rowHeight : new Animated.
  • */ render() { return ( ); } /* For rendering the list rows we will use DynamicListRow component.
  • export default class DynamicList extends Component { /* Default state values */ state = { loading : true, dataSource : new ListView.

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@ModusCreate: “”Would you like to add some visual sugar to your dynamic lists in #ReactNative?” #javascript”


Alex Lazar’s step-by-step guide to help you build your own dynamic animated ListView in React Native.


React Native Tutorial: Create Dynamic Animated Lists

Dynamic Animated Lists in React Native

POSTED: Tutorial to create dynamic animated lists in #ReactNative  #reactjs #javascript

  • The answer is, because we only need _deleteItem() to simulate the removal process of an item by firing out the height animation on the actual list row component.
  • When the component is mounted, componentDidMount is fired as well as the animation using the Animated React Native component.
  • class DynamicListRow extends Component { // these values will need to be fixed either within the component or sent through props _defaultHeightValue = 60; _defaultTransition = 500; state = { _rowHeight : new Animated.
  • */ render() { return ( ); } /* For rendering the list rows we will use DynamicListRow component.
  • export default class DynamicList extends Component { /* Default state values */ state = { loading : true, dataSource : new ListView.

Read the full article, click here.


@ModusCreate: “POSTED: Tutorial to create dynamic animated lists in #ReactNative #reactjs #javascript”


Alex Lazar’s tutorial to walk you through creating your own dynamic animated ListView in React Native.


Dynamic Animated Lists in React Native