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Mastering React Native by Jacob Friedmann, Eric Masiello

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Summary

React Native, like React for the Web, comes bundled with many components and APIs that give us direct access to native interfaces and functionality. We can use these components and APIs in combination to make more complex components of our own and, eventually, an entire application.

We said this at the beginning of the chapter, but it bears repeating, this list of components, props, and APIs is by no means comprehensive. Some of the components and APIs that were left out will be introduced in later chapters, though some will not. To find a comprehensive list, refer to the React Native documentation.

Before we take our RNNYT application to the next level, we'll first spend the next chapter discussing data management strategies for React applications. ...

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