Introduction to React Native

Welcome to React Native:

Welcome to React Native programming language. Let’s begin!

Have some web development knowledge but want to learn how to make mobile applications? This course is for you.

React Native is a JavaScript framework that allows you to create a true native mobile app for iOS and Android. To create a mobile application, it only uses JavaScript. It’s similar to React, which builds with native components rather than web components. React Native is based on React, JavaScript library of Facebook, and XML-esque markup (JSX) for developing the user interface. It targets the mobile platform rather than the browser.

You may create a mobile app using React using Expo and React Native. It uses the same declarative UI paradigm like native code, but it renders the same native view components. Your app may be built once and run on multiple platforms, like Android, iOS, and the web. You can create mobile apps with native UI and device capabilities by reusing your existing knowledge of web. It also enables developers save time by reusing a lot of the same code.

Expo also offers a wide range of tools that solve the most of common problems. Expo isn’t required to use React Native, but it does make things easier for developers by removing the need for basic native knowledge. SO, the expo allows you to design apps completely with JavaScript.

What you’ll learn:

Introduction to React Native provides basic and advanced concepts of Discrete mathematics. Therefore, our introduction to React Native course is designed for beginners and professionals both. This course is perfect for students who have dealt with JavaScript and React and want to jump into mobile development, and also mobile developers who want to expand their toolset.

This course will teach you how to:

  • What Expo and React Native are and how to write an app
  • How to use core components in your apps
  • Add custom styling to your components
  • Use React Navigation to make multi-screen apps

Helpful Tools:

Here are some useful tools to help you along your journey!

Setting up an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) can be difficult for beginners. The Online Compiler will enable you to run your code inside your browser without the need to install an IDE. If you need a more detailed explanation of a specific topic, the best place to find answers is in the Official Documentation.

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