When you first sit down to write a React Native app, you’ll find that after making your first screen, you don’t have an easy way to navigate to another. React Native doesn’t have that functionality built in, but in this post, I’ll outline how to use a library that makes it possible: React Navigation. Read more on An Intro to React Navigation for React Native…
I recently ran into an issue with providing
style properties to custom React Native components written in TypeScript. When defining the type of the
style property, we were using the
TextStyle types provided by React Native.
Working on a large(ish) React Native project presents some unique challenges for web and mobile developers. Isolating components from one another is a great way to make refactoring easy, but it leads to some pretty gnarly directory hierarchies.
I’ve been watching React Native for a while. The idea of using a React (and Redux) approach to developing cross-platform-ish native apps is really appealing. Since I have no React Native experience, I wanted to understand how much work is required to get started. Read more on Getting Started With React Native – Easy or Hard?…