Join Linton Ye for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Building Material Design Apps on Android with React Native.
- [Linton] Congratulations, you have created…a material interface that feels native on Android.…As a visual language of Android, material design keeps…evolving along with the operating system.…I encourage you to follow its…official website and stay up to date.…There are a lot more details in the guidelines…that we didn't have time to cover,…but you can find them onsite.…When building your next app,…I challenge you to use as much you've learned…as possible to make it great on Android.…
When you build a great component,…I encourage you to share it with…a community that really needs your help.…Plus, building and playing is a great way…to learn both Android and React Native in depth.…Thanks for learning with me.…Together, let's work to work…making React Native even better.…
- Using material design principles
- Working with units and measurements
- Using elevation and drop shadows
- Leveraging grids and keylines
- Setting up React Native for Android
- Building floating action buttons
- Creating an immersive experience
- Adding motion and transitions
- Animating icons
- Using component libraries
Skill Level Intermediate
Android Studio Essential Trainingwith David Gassner3h 41m Beginner
React Native Ecosystem and Workflowwith Emmanuel Henri1h 3m Intermediate
Android App Development: Data Persistence Librarieswith Annyce Davis4h 52m Intermediate
1. Material Design Overview
2. Tools and Environment Setup
3. Build the Materials with React Native
4. Material Motion with React Native
5. Component Libraries
Library selection strategy3m 10s
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