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React Native By Example
React Native By Example

Book Details 
             TitleReact Native By Example
         Author: Richart Kho
     PublisherPublished by Packt Publishing Ltd.
    Language: English
No. of pages: 856
         Format: EPUB, Mobile


React Native is an incredibly powerful framework that makes development on multiple platforms more accessible for web-centric programmers. In this book, you are going to learn how to build mobile applications using React Native that are ready to be deployed to both the iOS App Store and Google Play.

What this book covers

Chapter 1, First Project - Creating a Basic To-Do List App, begins the process of writing a to-do list application with React Native. You will plan the app and gain an overview of StyleSheet, Flexbox, and ES6. You will also create the building blocks of the app with four different parts of the React Native SDK.

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Chapter 2, Advanced Functionality with the To-Do List App, dives deeper into the app we started build in the first chapter. You will learn how to handle navigation, date and time selection, building buttons, and create a custom collapsible and animated component for use in the app. You will also take those lessons and translate them into an Android version of the app.

Chapter 3, Second Project - The Budgeting App, will begin the second project of the book. You will plan an expense-tracking application, install a third-party vector icon library for React Native, create utility files that can be used throughout the app, and create a Modal component.

Chapter 4, Advanced Functionality with the Budgeting App, is a continuation of the second project. You will learn how to create a dropdown-like component for users to select from a list of items and create tabbed navigation for the app.

Chapter 5, Third Project - The Facebook Client, will begin the third and final project of the book. You will plan an app that connects to the third-party Facebook SDK, install said SDK to your project, allow users to log in with their Facebook credentials, then make requests for information.

Chapter 6, Advanced Functionality with the Facebook Client, wraps up the project you began in the previous chapter. You will learn how to build a pull-to-refresh mechanism for the app, render images for your users, allow users to open links without having to leave the app, and then use those lessons to make an Android version of the app.

Chapter 7, Adding Redux, introduces the popular Redux architecture. “You will also gain some tips on creating app logos and screenshots, as well as how to launch beta tests for your apps.

Chapter 9, Additional React Native Components, dives into parts of the React Native SDK that we were not able to fit into the rest of the book. In it, you will build a playground style app learning different parts of the SDK. You will grab data from any third-party endpoints, control the user’s vibration motor, open other installed apps with links in your app, and much more. You will also learn how to convert the budgeting app in the fourth chapter to Android, since space in that chapter was limited.

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