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React Native By Example by Richard Kho

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Advanced Facebook App Functionality

Now that we have gained access to Facebook's Graph API, it's time to finish building our app.

In this chapter, we will:

  • Continue building Friends, our Facebook-connected application, by grabbing additional data from the Graph APIs, such as media attachments, comments, and number of likes from each existing post in our feed
  • Add a pull-to-refresh mechanism for our app to allow the user to reload data
  • Learn about the Image component, which will allow us to render images in our application
  • Discover WebView, to open links in a locally available View component
  • Include a log out screen for the app
  • Make changes to the app in order to build an Android version

Let's continue where we left off from the last chapter ...

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