In this video Emmanuel Henri provides some details around where to find the exercise files and how to use them. Each video has a start and end state of the application and can be used accordingly to follow along.
- [Teacher] In this course, I'll use an app developed in my course on adapting apps from React to React Native. To make it easier to follow along, all members have access to the exercise files to help you get up and running quickly. To get them, on the course page, simply click on the tab named "Exercise Files", then download the zip file. Then simply extract the zip file and move the folder to your desktop, like so. So if you click on the exercise files, you'll see each chapters and the videos inside the chapters, and you can find the end and start state for each video.
So let's go ahead and use one of the in Visual Code. So switch to your editor, or Visual Code, and inside of it will open one of the folders, and in this case I'll use the start state for video zero three zero one, like so. Click open. And then make sure that you open the terminal. There's two ways to use terminal in VS Code. You can either right click on a folder like so, and then open in terminal, which will open the usual terminal in Mac, or you can run the integrated terminal like so.
Go to view, click on integrated terminal, and that's what we'll use. So the first thing I want to do is install the dependencies. So do yarn. Once I'm ready to run my application, I'll do yarn start. And then you're ready to go.
- Setting up for React testing and debugging
- Testing with Jest
- Snapshot testing
- Debugging with Chrome and Chrome extensions
- Optimizing React code and app performance