Write once, run anywhere with Create React (Native) App and react-native-web

Write once, run anywhere with Create React (Native) App and react-native-web  #javascript

  • AmazeSince the first release of React Native, I’ve always hoped to build a React codebase that could run on any platform.I loved building multi platform apps using Cordova and web technologies, but React Native has raised the bar so high now with its native performance.So far, when you wanted to…
  • buckd/; Ignore unexpected extra Ignore duplicate module providers; For RN Apps installed via npm, “Libraries” folder is inside; “node_modules/react-native” but in the source repo it is in the Additional create-react-native-app ignores; Ignore duplicate module Ignore misbehaving Ignore missing expo-sdk dependencies (temporarily); Ignore react-native-fbads dependency of the expo – “expo”: {…
  • /src/App’export default class NativeApp extends React.Component { render() { return App / }}Let’s make a few changes to our package.json file and add some useful scripts// These scripts are merely copied from the create-react-native-app package.json file…”main”: { “start-web”: “react-scripts start”, “build-web”: “react-scripts build”, “test”: “react-scripts test –env=jsdom”, “eject-web”: “react-scripts eject”,…
  • js and add some platform agnostic code in it.You can now write all your code as if you were writing some React Native code.The trick here is that the webpack config of Create React App aliases automatically react-native to react-native-web (see the config here).
  • Everything is handled for us!import React, { Component } from ‘react’import { View, Text, StyleSheet } from ‘react-native’export default class App extends Component { render() { return ( View style={styles.app} View style={styles.appHeader} Text style={styles.appTitle}Welcome to React ⚛️/Text /View Text style={styles.appIntro} To get started, edit src/App.

Since the first release of React Native, I’ve always hoped to build a React codebase that could run on any platform. I loved building multi platform apps using Cordova and web technologies, but React…
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Building a React Native App in Two Days

  • The end result of those two days was Spookstrology, an astrology app built in React Native.
  • We chose this because it gave us the chance to get creative with the visual design and tackle design challenges than what we usually face in day-to-day client work while also being a fun and light-hearted project.
  • We could’ve easily made this a web app, but the challenge of shipping an iOS app in two days seemed more exciting.
  • It also allowed the designers, Cristina and Ali, to tackle the design implementation while Blake focused on integrating with APIs, laying out the foundation of the app, and fixing bugs.
  • We learned a lot about React Native, had fun, and even picked up some astrological insights along the way.

We built a React Native app in two days with spooky results.
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Learn and Understand React and Redux

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  • There are already so many courses of React and Redux that it’s hard to count.
  • The motivation for this course is not to just to teach you how to use React, Redux and other libraries.
  • My problem is that I feel that in most of the books and courses out there, concentration is given mostly on just how to use libraries and sometimes they explain things from a very high level view.
  • This course will be based on project based approach, meaning we are going to learn and truly understand React  and Redux while developing applications and covering each and every concepts gradually and incrementally in a 3 part series.
  • Through out this three part series, we are going to understand React, ES6, React-Router and Redux and many more and practice so many apps starting from simple to medium size apps.

(React.js and ES6 covered in Part I) – Free Course
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Job Application for Full Stack Javascript Developer at Jampp

We are looking for outstanding, modern, minimalist Full Stack Javascript Developers. You’ll collaborate with other developers, product designers and product managers  in bringing to life new features, test ideas and prototypes, and will work on their final implementation.
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Building a chess game with Ruby and React

Just one week to go for the #ruby #reactjs event in #Galway. Join us:

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  • Sharing our learnings with Ruby and React and hope to learn in return.
  • – An overview of web technologies: Ruby on Rails, Coffescript, Grunt, React, Reflux, web sockets
  • To demonstrate how to get Drag and Drop working in a front end interface Liam Krewer will give a practical example of building a chess game with Ruby and React.
  • – React & Reflux: using state machines and uni-directional data flow to simplify web applications

**Online multiplayer game with React**
To demonstrate how to get Drag and Drop working in a front end interface Liam Krewer will give a practical example of building a chess game with Ruby and React.
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Tutorial: How to Build A Chat App with React Native

Need a little #ReactNative refresher? Not to worry, we've got you covered.

  • Create A Chat App Project
  • import React, { Component } from ‘react’;
  • Tutorial: How to Build A Chat App with React Native
  • How to build a native chat app with React Native and Socket.IO
  • Let’s create a user interface for our chat app.

We gave you an intro to React Native, now let’s put those skills to work!
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Introducing React Native on Ubuntu

Introducing React Native on Ubuntu

  • The development tools are fully supportive of snaps and incorporate an easy basis to create a snap and publish it to any Snappy Store giving the app much greater relevance across devices built for mobile, desktop, IoT etc.
  • The Cordova framework is one such framework that is very well supported with set of Ubuntu specific APIs and has gained a lot attention and traction with developers.
  • If you are one of these developers then Ubuntu has a great choice of frameworks you can use to create new apps.
  • Ubuntu works with React Native so the application easily “reacts” to converged environments.
  • You can start leveraging your web-dev skills using the source code for React Native Ubuntu .

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