What exactly Expo is? It’s a set of tools built for React Native, giving you a nice layer of abstraction over some common, mobile-development tasks and APIs (e.g. camera, push notifications, ARKit, location services, file system), but for me the most important and nice is that you can see your app on your device or try it in the browser within minutes from creating the project!
An article on how much Continuous Integration and Deployment has helped me with building React Native applications and delivering them to the client, making everyone happy and worry free by relaying on automated services.
In this post you’ll learn how to pass props to components being rendered by React Router.
In this article Anirudh talks about their adventures in ReasonML with React.
In this article, Luca Matteis discusses how the behavior of Redux apps can be decoupled from components, containers, or middlewares — places where we usually keep such logic — and can be contained and described entirely using a statechart. This allows for much easier refactoring and visualization of our application’s behavior.