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React and React Native by Adam Boduch

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Chapter 19. Collecting User Input

In web applications, it's easy to collect user input because standard HTML form elements look and behave similar on all browsers. With native UI platforms, collecting user input is a little more nuanced.

In this chapter, you'll learn how to work with the various React Native components that are used to collect user input. These include text input, selecting from a list of options, checkboxes, and date/time selectors. You'll see the differences between iOS and Android, and how to implement the appropriate abstractions for your app.

Collecting text input

Collecting text input seems like something that should be super easy to implement, even in React Native. It's easy, but there's a lot to think about when implementing ...

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