I’d recommend Play.js to anyone who wants to play with Node or React Native on a small scale. But once the novelty wears off, you’ll be missing your computer.
Elementary and high school teachers are unlikely to have software industry experience, so experienced developers can be an invaluable resource to them.
I found React Navigation, React Native Push Notification, and React Native SVG indispensable during my last project, and I plan to use them on many more.
Pico-8 is a great platform for fun prototypes, proof-of-concepts, and microgames. I definitely recommend checking it out.
When you're a junior developer surrounded by smart, experienced people, it’s easy to feel like you don't have much to contribute. But that's not true.
When you want your app to have simple flows (stack of screens, drawer, or tab), React Navigation has built-in components that make it easy.