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Learning React Native building mobile applications with Javascript by Bonnie Eisenman

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Published .
Written in English


  • Programming,
  • Mobile computing,
  • Mobile apps,
  • JavaScript (Computer program language)

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Edition Notes

Includes index.

Other titlesBuilding Native mobile apps with Javascript
StatementBonnie Eisenman
LC ClassificationsQA76.59 .E445 2015
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 254 pages
Number of Pages254
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27204013M
ISBN 101491929006
ISBN 109781491929001

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This book was a good introduction to React Native but I like like to learn by trying out the code samples which didn't work for me. The problem was that they hadn't been updated with subsequent versions of React Native, so I wasted my time trying to get them to work/5. STEP 2: Read React Native Express. Plain and simple, React Native Express is the best (IMHO) guide to learn Javascript to write React Native right now. It is quite complete, starting from plain Javascript to get to complex topics like state management via Redux and Animations. And it’s completely Open Source. STEP 3: Learn Navigation. We're committed to keeping Fullstack React Native the best resource for learning and using React Native. We personally respond to requests for content and we regularly release updates. We're independent authors and we survive by making the highest quality book on React as possible.   Mr. Boduch has written on JS. Now, he wants to share his expertise in creating mobile apps. In fact, RN was a trigger to refocus his attention from web to mobile. The body text consists of 26 chapters. This learning React Native book is divided into 3 .

Learning React Native, 2nd Edition Building Native Mobile Apps with JavaScript. By Bonnie Eisenman. Publisher: O'Reilly Media. Release Date: November Pages: Read on O'Reilly Online Learning with a day trial Start your free trial now Buy on Amazon. But since the introduction of React's Hooks API, you can add state and more to function components. Hooks were introduced in React Native , and because Hooks are the future-facing way to write your React components, we wrote this introduction using function component examples. Where useful, we also cover class components under a toggle. Author: Ethan Holmes,Tom Bray; Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd ISBN: Category: Computers Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Learn to build modern native iOS and Android applications using JavaScript and the incredible power of React About This Book Learn to design and build a fully-featured application using the newest cutting-edge framework from Facebook Leverage . We explain, in detail, nearly every concept in every chapter. By the end of the book, you'll understand React really well and feel comfortable writing your own apps. Table of Contents. Writing Your First React App 1. Build a real application. Writing our first component. Thinking in React 2. .