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  • Title Programming React Native
  • Author(s) Dotan Nahum
  • Publisher: leanpub (2016)
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  • eBook HTML, PDF (129 Pages), ePub, Mobi (Kindle)
  • Language: English
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Book Description

This is a book that aims to teach you cross platform mobile app development for both iOS and Anrdoid with the help of Facebook's revolutional React Native framework. starts by covering the common techniques for React Native customization and helps you set up your development platforms.

You will learn what it means to build a robust application architecture that will stay with you regardless of change in the 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 try to do the impossible and build a book that will still be valuable to you for a long time, even when new libraries come out and turn the whole Javascript world upside down.

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