In this video, Emmanuel Henri demonstrates how to use the React Native debugger and read the messages in the simulator to debug the application.
- [Instructor] Once you start developing applications … for React Native you need to be very familiar with debugging … because there's going to be a lot of little errors … that shows up in your simulator … that you're not going to be able to fix … or understand what they are. … And the first tool that's going to help you a lot … is the React Native Debugger … so if you don't have it running … make sure you do. … And then make sure to go into the developer tools … inside of the simulator … and make sure that Remote JS Debugging is on. … So right now it is. … That means that everything is good to go. … So if we click here on the State, … which here is State, good. … So let's minimize that for now … because we're going to start by fixing this little warning here … that we see. … The application still works but this is annoying … so let's go and fix that. … So this is related to have a single key … for every item in the list. … This is the list and we need to have a key … that is unique to each item. …
- 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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