Join Samer Buna for an in-depth discussion in this video Hello React Native on Android, part of React Native Essential Training.
- [Instructor] Let's now test…this simple application on Android.…To do so, there is a step that's required once on Android,…which is different than iOS,…and that step is to create a device emulator.…You can also plug in an actual Android device…and test on that,…and that's actually a much better option…if you have an Android device,…but if you don't, an emulator is good enough.…Also, an emulator allows you…to test your application on many different Android devices…with many different screens, for example.…
To create a device emulator,…we need to open up Android Studio…and we need to start a new Android Studio project.…We can actually open our existing Android Studio project,…but I'd recommend against that…because sometimes Android Studio update your project…without you realizing it…and we really just need a dummy application…to get to the menu where we can launch…the Android AVD Manager.…So, go ahead and just create a default application…with all default options…and once you're inside the full Android Studio menu,…
- Hello React Native on iOS and Android
- Styling React Native components
- Platform APIs
- Building a simple game app and a data-driven app
- Using the Fetch API
- Creating an animation loop
- Testing on Android
- Changing an app logo and a splash screen
- Using TestFlight with internal testers
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. React Native Fundamentals
Hello React Native on iOS5m 42s
3. Building a Simple Game App
4. Building a Data-driven App
5. Animation and Gesture Control
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