React Native Cookbook

Ebook Description

Take your React Native application development to the next level with this large collection of recipesAbout This Book* Build rich and engaging user experiences in React Native while maintaining peak application performance* Leverage the best of iOS and Android for React Native development while maximizing code reuse and cohesion* Implement architecture patterns in your React Native application that support efficient data access, routing, and testingWho This Book Is ForThis book is for web developers who are familiar with React.js and know basics of UI development. You may or may not have used React Native before, but it's ideal for you if you want to develop native applications for iOS and Android using React Native. Existing knowledge of JavaScript ES2015 is highly recommended.What You Will Learn* Build simple and complex user interfaces using React Native* Create advanced animations for UI components* Build universal apps that run on phones and tablets* Leverage Redux to manage application flow and data* Expose both custom native UI components and application logic to React Native* Integrate with existing native applications on iOS and Android* Deploy our React Native application to the Google Play and Apple App Store* Add automated testing to our React Native applicationIn DetailReact has taken the web development world by storm. It is only natural that the unique architecture and its ecosystem of third-party support be applied to native application development. This book will take you through the basics of React Native development all the way through some more advanced components.In this book, we will cover topics in React Native ranging from adding basic UI components to successfully deploying for multiple target platforms. The book follows a top-down approach beginning with building rich user interfaces. These UIs will be created with both built-in and custom components that you will create, style and animate.You will then learn about different strategies for working with data, including leveraging the popular Redux library and optimizing the performance of the application. Then you will step further into exposing native device functionality. Finally, we will discuss how to put our application into production and maintain its reliability.


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