Explore Native base, a React native library with UI components ready to use. Get introduced to Reactive native library and get started with the library.
- [Instructor] When you get started…on a React Native project,…building up all the components required for your application…may me daunting and time-consuming.…NativeBase saves you a lot of this initial setup…and, like Boostrap and Foundation for web,…provides a solid library of components ready to use…across iOS and Android.…In this video we'll introduce you to this library,…the documentation, and where to go in order to find…help when you are stuck.…So open up your browser and let's get started.…
First thing you need to do is go to nativebase.io.…And then on this page, sometimes the image…that I want to show you is not there,…so click on the arrow if you don't see two blocks of code.…Like this.…And basically the reason why I want to show you that…is I want to show you the difference in between…using NativeBase and not using it.…So for example, for this Click Me button,…if you would use NativeBase you would simply have…to copy and paste the code for the component button.…
If you would write it on your own,…then you would need to basically create a touchable…
- Exploring icons for React Native
- Using NativeBase
- Exploring the forms library for React Native
- Exploring full-stack frameworks and the Deco IDE
- Reviewing backend options for a React Native project
- Using different testing libraries
- Deploying your app to the Apple App Store and Google Play
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 05/11/2017. What changed?
A: A new video was added that covers Nuclide.