In this video, Emmanuel Henri takes a look at the project structure and does some minor changes to the application so we’re ready to start adding libraries and code to our project.
- [Instructor] So let's take a look … at the project structure, … and do some minor changes to the applications, … so we're ready to start adding … libraries and code to our project. … If we take a look at the structure at the top, … you have two folders. … One is called Android, and the other one is called iOS. … In these folders you have the rendered application, … ready to be dropped directly into Xcode … for iOS and Android Studio with the Android folder. … So when you run your application in React Native, … it actually renders your project for the two, … and if you're running it inside of a simulator, … so in this case we're running it … inside of an Android simulator, … it's basically ran from this folder here. … So everything that we are doing … inside of the project structure here, … is rendered into these folders, … and then these folders are rendered … inside of our simulators. … So what you have after that is a node_module, … so these are all the dependencies that you need …
- 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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