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Getting Started with React Native by Tom Bray, Ethan Holmes

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Chapter 3. Beginning with the Example Application

Now that you have an idea about how React Native works and how to create components, let's create your first React Native application. Throughout this book, we will be developing a note-taking application which we'll call ReactNotes. By the end of the book, you'll have a fully featured application that allows you to create notes, save them to a device, view the list of the notes you've saved, take pictures with the device and attach them to your notes, and much more.

In this chapter, we'll build the skeleton of the application, create a HomeScreen and NoteScreen. We'll also add navigation that allows you to switch between the screens, and along the way you'll learn about creating your own components ...

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