Rick demonstrates the difficulties of providing consistent interactions across platforms, and discusses where React Native space is headed.
CodeGen will utilise your TypeScript/Flow types to generate more native code at build time, instead of run time. TL:DR: smaller code size, faster execution, fewer errors.
Using Expo you can build an app that runs natively for iOS, Android, and web.
A deep dive on how we built Amplify DataStore using GraphQL.
Learn about the recently released expo-updates library that allows you to use Expo’s OTA updates in any React Native app.
Flipper is Facebooks internal, extensible mobile devtool platform, used by the mobile devs that work on the Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram and many more apps.
Learn how BuilderX, a Design Tool in TypeScript and React that generates React & React Native code, was built.
See the many steps and complexities involved in publishing a new version or React Native,
Learn why and how to server-render components in React Native and how it works.
Basic insights in how Bluetooth LE works and how to access it in React Native.
A microinteraction goal is to provide feedback based on the user’s action. This can help users visualize how the interface moves or behaves, even though it’s purely digital on a flat screen.
This talk aims to eliminate the school of thought that React Native is mostly for small mobile applications.
See the new version of React Navigation and learn about navigation and routing in React and React Native apps.
React Native allows you to re-use your web code to build native applications. This approach is simple in theory, but challenging in practice.
React has helped us build web applications faster than ever, but turns out this doesn’t help build mobile apps.