In this video, Emmanuel Henri starts working on the detail view component, which will show when a user taps on an item in the people list view.
- [Instructor] Over the next few videos we're going to be … working on the detail view, so we have a lot of code … to add to this particular component. … So let's get started. … So the first thing you need to do is … go inside of components and create a brand new component. … And we're going to call this one PeopleDetail.js. … And then inside of this particular component, … let's copy and paste a few things from our PeoplesList. … Copy all this, and then paste it inside of PeopleDetail. … And when you copy and paste from one component to the other, … always be careful because you can always make mistakes … such as forgetting to change the class component here. … So the name of this one is PeopleDetail. … And then make sure at the end, that you change here … what you passing as well. … And while we're here, we're going to keep mapStateToProps … because here we're going to need to pass a few things. … So we're going to pass people state, … and we're going to pass something else as well. …
- 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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