Join Samer Buna for an in-depth discussion in this video Using React DevTools with React Native, part of React Native Essential Training.
- [Instructor] So far in our simple application…we can select a number, and that number…is going to be presented as selected.…However, as we are adding these features,…we are also introducing problems.…For example, we did nothing to say that a number…that is selected can't be reselected, right?…But we don't have any visibility into these problems.…One tool that really helps in adding some visibility…to the problems that you have in code is React DevTools.…This React DevTools that is hosted on this GitHub revo…gives this visual screen that we can use…to interact with the application…and see what is going on when we do.…
In a web based React project we can just install…a browser extension and get this React Devtool to work,…but with React Native we need to use the standalone version…of React Devtools.…We can do that by simply installing globally…react-devtools, and as you can tell…React Devtools is actually an electron app,…so once the React Devtools package is installed…we fire it up with the command react-devtools…
- 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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