In this video, Emmanuel Henri finalizes the people item view to build out the single component that will be repeated from the FlatList component. He also goes through a quick debugging exercise with quick tips.
- [Narrator] So let's continue working … on PeopleList and PeopleItem … and while we're at it, we'll add PeopleList … inside of our app component … and fix anything if we see any errors popping up … on our console and our application. … So the first thing we're going to do is import PeopleList … in our main component like so … and then make sure we can render it inside … of our view. … So let's remove welcome to CRM2 … and add our PeopleList component. … Now one thing that I want to mention … while you're actually debugging inside … of a React Native application … you want to make sure you keep your terminal open … so you can restart the application … because you may need to do that … to make sure that your changes are compiled properly. … So the first thing we're going to do is save all this … and see the result … and let's make sure that in our console … we have hot reloading … and we're seeing some issues here. … So we have some errors … and if we look at the node messaging … we have a view styles container that we haven't done …
- Initializing React Native projects
- Installing material kit and vector icons
- Setting up Redux
- Creating a list view, a detail view, and a menu
- Adding new components
- Using the React Native debugger
- Coding the scroll on detail view
Skill Level Advanced
1. Project Setup and Back End
Project folder structure3m 11s
2. Redux and Main Views
3. Complex Component
4. CRUD Operations
5. Company View and Final Touches
Next steps1m 6s
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