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Hello every one, here I’ll cover all the basics you need to get started with React Native.
I will be going to split it into multiple parts. The first part will be going to explain JSX.
And the other one will explain the remaining concepts. So stay tuned.
If you are new to React Native App Development, you can read the beginners guide. To set up your React Native environment with a Hello world app.
Now here we will be going to learn the basics needed for React Native.
So get started.
React Native mainly uses the React.js library. And…
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Unsplash is a website to download free images and use them. We are going to do a little bit more of a fully-fledged React Web App using Unsplash API.
For running the web app, you need Visual Studio Code, Node.js to install NPM packages.
If you want to learn Web development, there are 80+ free resources for Web Designers and Web Developers to…
No matter, If you are a beginner or an expert, this post is for everyone.
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Who am I?
I am a self-taught Web Developer and also a React Native Developer with 2+ years of experience.
So now, you can trust me.
I love Components, and you are also going to love them.
What are Components?
Components are reusable code that we can write once and access multiple times inside our project.
It works efficiently so that you don’t have to be tensed. In React, components play a vital role. Most programmers use hundreds of components to write code efficiently and use it.
Components are mainly of two types:
A Functional component is a simple function that gets called to return its value.
Many of you use a function, why? It makes code simpler.
So you can think…
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First, we talk a little bit about React Hooks, and then we will be going to implement them in React Native.
In 2018, Sophie Alpert and Dan Abramov introduced Hooks. You can watch it here. I strongly suggest watching it.
According to reactjs.org, Hooks are functions that let you “hook into” React state and lifecycle features from function components. Hooks don’t work inside classes — they let you use React without classes.
In simple terms, React Hooks let us use State, componentDidMount, componentDidUpdate, and other React features without Class components.
Before the introduction of Hooks, we can only use…
If you are working with React or want to learn it, you have likely be confused to navigate on different screens.
We all know, websites and apps can not be on a single screen. Multiple pages make a website.
So, we are creating a basic React App to understand react-router-dom.
For that, we are using react-router-dom, and I will be explaining it in detail.
So let us get started.
Open your command prompt on your desired directory and type
npx create-react-app react-routing
It will be going to create a React App with the name react-routing.
Open it in your…
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