After getting a sound understanding of React Native: Redux, we will discuss React Native: React Native Image Picker. A React Native module that enables you to utilize the native user interface to choose a photograph/video from the device library or directly from the camera, as so: This library began as a basic bridge of..
Before jumping into React Native: Networking, you must have an understanding of React Native: ListView. Numerous mobile applications need to load data from a remote URL. You might need to make a POST request to a REST API, or you may need to fetch some information from another server. Using Fetch React Native gives the..
React Native: List view comes after React Native: Text Input Handling & Scroll View. Native gives a suite of components for showing lists of data. You will want to utilize either FlatList or SectionList. The FlatList components show a scrolling list of changing, however the same structured, data. FlatList functions perfectly for a long list..
After getting done with React Native: Styling and Layout with Flex, now we’ll discuss React Native: Handling Text Input &Scroll View. TextInput is an elementary component that allows the user to enter text. It has an onChangeText prop that takes a function to be requested every time the text changed, and an onSubmitEditing prop that takes a function to be..
After getting the complete understanding of between functional and class components in React Native: Components. Let’s discuss Props and State in detail. Props and State are the two kinds of data that control a component. Props Props are short for Properties. The general rule of thumb is props ought not to be changed. In the world..
After installing and creating a new project of React-Native-App as demonstrated in React Native: Getting Started and creating a React Native: Hello World app here is a further guide a difference between functional and class components in React and which one is the right choice for you? The simplest approach to define a component in..
After installing and creating a new project of React-Native-App as demonstrated in React Native: Getting Started, here is a further guide to show a simple and basic message saying “Hello World” remove the CSS part and insert the message to be printed wrapped by the <text></text> labels inside <view></view> as demonstrated as follow: Lets..