Join Samer Buna for an in-depth discussion in this video The animated and easing APIs, part of React Native Essential Training.
- [Instructor] Let's first understand…how to do simple animations without any gestures.…Animations give some nice visual polish for your app.…It's not a required thing,…but it does make the app feel truly Native.…Let's think about a simple thing…that we can animate in our app.…There are many things that could use some animation.…For example, we do the transitions…between screens without any animations so far.…Usually Native apps use animated transitions.…That's one thing we can do here.…
But I'll go with a simpler example…and animate the initial Bakesale header word…that we displayed while waiting on the initial deals…to arrive from the server.…Let me actually comment out the Ajax call…right here, refresh.…So this is the initial view.…So maybe the server gets loaded,…and that Ajax call to fetch the initial deals…takes a few seconds.…It would be cool to show some kind…of animation on the screen here.…Let's just bounce the Bakesale word…back and forth horizontally…between the edges of the screen.…I think that would look cool.…
- 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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