Todo App with React Native, Realm

Todo App with React Native, Realm

  • This post walks you through the process of creating a Todo App for iOS and Android devices with React Native, Realm.
  • We wrap some built-in Realm functions in – – React Native does not have CheckBox, so we make one.
  • : when checkbox’s clicked, the function of parent component ‘d be called.
  • : the function of parent component’d be called.
  • It shows Todo list.

onPress={this.props.onCheckBoxPressed}: when checkbox’s clicked, the onCheckBoxPressed function of parent component ‘d be called.
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The secret to being a top developer is building things! Here’s a list of fun apps to build!

  • Here’s a list of fun apps to build!You can only become a great developer by putting the effort in.
  • Keep it conflict free, use whatever you want!Project #1: Trello CloneTrello clone by Indrek Lasn — Demo LinkWhat you will learn from building a trello clone:RoutingDrag and dropCreating new objects (boards, lists, cards)Handling inputs and validationClient side path: How to use local storage, saving data to the local storage, reading data from the local…
  • What you will learn:Creating users, managing users,Interacting with a database — creating, reading, editing, deleting users.Input validation and how to work with formsProject #3: Cryptocurrency tracker (native mobile app)Github repositoryHAS to be a native app — Swift, Objective-C, React Native, Java, Kotlin allowed.
  • 😊What you will learn:How native apps work.Fetching data from an API.How native layouts work.How to work with mobile simulators.Use this API.
  • Post in comments if you find a better one.In case you’re interested in how this was built, I wrote a tutorial for it.Project #4: Setup your very own webpack config from scratchWell, technically this is not an app but it’s still extremely useful to understand how webpack works under the hood….

You can only become a great developer by putting the effort in. Imagine for a moment — You can’t become fit physically by reading a lot about fitness. You actually need to go to the gym and put the…
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How to learn React Native

  • React Native is the hot topic these days for building mobile apps.
  • Learning ES6 makes it much easier to write React and React Native code.
  • The main things you should have learnt after completing the tutorial are Lifecycle of a React Component and what are props and state – – React Native uses Flexbox layout style to render views in a much easier and responsive way.
  • Since an important function in mobile app is how to navigate between screens, it is important to know how it’s done in React Native.
  • As of this writing, RN recommends to use libraries like ReactNavigation and React Native Navigation to use same code for both Android and iOS.

Here is a small guide for Android/iOS developers on how to learn React Native.
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Part 1: Getting Started With React Native

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  • React Native just may be the holy grail of cross-platform app development that many developers and companies have been hoping for.
  • Using React Native, developers can build performant cross-platform native apps much easier than ever before, all with a single programming language: JavaScript.
  • With the growing demand for apps and the increasing complexity that app development entails, React Native comes along at a perfect time.
  • If you’re serious about app development or want to stay ahead of the curve on emerging and disruptive technologies, take a look at React Native.
  • “Great introduction to the rapidly changing world of React and React Native!”

React Native just may be the holy grail of cross-platform app development that many developers and companies have been hoping for. Using React Native, developers can build performant cross-platform native apps much easier than ever before, all with a single programming language: JavaScript. With the growing demand for apps and the increasing complexity that app development entails, React Native comes along at a perfect time. If you’re serious about app development or want to stay ahead of the curve on emerging and disruptive technologies, take a look at React Native.
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This Week In React #4

“This Week In React #4” by @ericnakagawa  #reactjs

  • I love working with the Fullstack React team on daily basis, they are a great bunch to work with.
  • Projects aimed at beginning React developers.
  • I started out the project using Backbone, and stumbled across React.
  • Each post shall feature 3+ interesting projects and an interview with someone from the community.
  • The Week In React is a weekly publication highlighting interesting projects and active members from the React community.

13 projects, 1 interview, and 15 upcoming events!
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New Apps

  • I used Trello for taking notes, but there are a few things I didn’t like.
  • If you take a lot of notes then you must try tdo .
  • Things reveal themselves while you’re working on something else and the only thing you can do at that moment is to write down the idea and come back later.
  • More than 50% of people are already using it and there is a lot of room for growth.
  • It obviously has a lot of potential for growth there is a significant chunk of people who are not interested to learn more about it.

The last two weeks were very interesting and I would like to share some info about two new apps that I have been working on.
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