New react-native projects are created using the react-native command-line interface. In this video, learn the commands and settings needed to create a new project.
- [Instructor] To start our project,…we will download the React Native CLI…using nodes package manager, NPM…Open the terminal and type npm install -g, for global,…react-native-cli, hit enter,…and wait for that to finish installing.…Now we will need to install another piece of software…called Watchman, which is developed by Facebook…and is used to watch files for changes…and rebuild our project.…To install that, we will use the brew command.…If you're running on another operating system,…like Linux or Windows, you'll need to consult…Facebook's documentation to find out how…to install Watchman for your operating system.…
We'll do brew install watchman, hit enter.…Once that's finished, we'll do clear.…To test it, we can do watchman -v…and we'll get the version of our watchman.…Now we're going to create the project folder.…To do that, we'll use the react-native command line…and we'll pass it the init parameter,…with the name dinder, just tinder for dinner.…Hit enter and wait for that…to finish generating our project.…
- Setting up your project and Firebase account
- Creating the app container
- Setting up basic navigation
- Creating a splash screen
- Creating a login screen
- Creating a match feature
- Creating a post feature
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting Set Up
2. Building an App
3. Create a Login Screen
4. Create a Match Feature
5. Create a Post Feature
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