Programming React Native (Dotan Nahum)

 
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Programming React Native (Dotan Nahum)

This book teaches you how to create cross-platform mobile applications for both iOS and Android using Facebook's ground-breaking React Native technology.

Begins by going over the standard methods for customizing React Native and aids in setting up your development environments.

You will discover how to create a stable application architecture that will endure changes in tooling or ecosystem churn (i.e. by the time you finish your app, there might be new tools and new versions of everything).

It also tries to accomplish the impossible by creating a book that will remain useful to you for a very long time, even when new libraries are released and completely alter the Javascript industry.

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Published
Published Date / Year
(2016)
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HTML, PDF (129 Pages), ePub, Mobi (Kindle)
Language
English

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