Understanding essential React Native concepts and how it differs from React, can be difficult to translate into a working proof of concept. It is imperative to utilize your skills and knowledge in real-world projects in order to implement solutions when in the workplace or developing your own application.
This course aims to bridge the gap between the primary knowledge of React Native and its implementation. Focusing on developing several practical applications to handle issues such as navigation, state management, and UI/UX concerns.
You'll start by developing a Note application that uses Async storage to persist notes. Then learn how to fetch data and images from external APIs for your project and enhance your UI skills. Then finally, you'll learn how to perform effective state management and develop a useful project using the React Native for Windows framework.
By the end of this course, you will have gained the experience needed to make confident decisions when it comes to application development with React Native.
What You Will Learn
- Develop fast, hyper-engaging, user-centric cross-platform mobile apps with React Native
- Build cross-platform components that handle real-world problems
- Acquire a deeper understanding of third-party libraries that handle common elements in mobile applications
- Design scalable code to manage cross-platform concerns
- Gain insights into the React Native ecosystem
- Take your UI skills to the next level by working with a GitHub repo app
- Learn how hooks leverage code sharing via a practical example
- Develop a Time Tracker app to analyze time spent on a particular task using the React Native for Windows framework
You should already be familiar with React Native and want to get your projects up-and-running via a few advanced, lesser-known features and methodologies.
If you want to take the next step in enhancing your skills, this video course will help you connect the dots by building several practical projects.
About The Author
Chris has experience on the back end with Node.js developing Restful APIS with typescript, and exposing data through GraphQL and Apollo, while utilizing React on the front end. Chris has utilized React Native to develop versatile mobile applications that can be utilized across multiple devices and platforms. Chris has mostly worked in the financial sector and has also freelanced for a telematics company. Chris is passionate about test-driven development and writing clean code.
Table of contents
- Chapter 1 : Getting Prepared for React Native Projects
- Chapter 2 : Mastering CRUD Operations and Navigation with the Notes Application
- Chapter 3 : Working with Multiple APIs with the Cat Facts Application
- Chapter 4 : Enhancing UI Skills with the GitHub Repo Application
- Chapter 5 : Managing State with the Expense Tracker Application
- Chapter 6 : Tracking Time with React Native for Windows
- Title: React Native Projects
- Release date: April 2020
- Publisher(s): Packt Publishing
- ISBN: 9781839210112
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