Hybrid technologies have been employed for quite a while in mobile application development. Frameworks such as PhoneGap and Ionic come with an appealing motto: Develop once, run everywhere. A lot of people, myself included, have found though that hybrid apps just aren't quite up to par with native apps.
With the advent of React Native, the ability for web developers to create native apps has come to fruition, but less in the way of code-sharing, and more in the way of sharing knowledge and patterns. Bernardo Smaniotto walks us through actually reusing some of our React code with our React Native codebases.
If you're anything like anyone, you might have had some issues setting things straight in react applications. James K Nelson is like anyone, and has had the same issues. This articles dives deep into the issues he faced, and what he did to get through them.