Hello Guys, I hope you went through our Just Started section in which we have covered the introduction and setup for the React Native development. If you have landed on this section directly and have no setup ready for the React Native development then I request you to go and visit our Just Started section.
This beginner Section is going to be interesting as we are going to start some coding in this section. Here are some points to summarize the content of the Beginner section:
2. We will see an online emulator/simulator to debug your React Native app which is going to be very helpful for you during RN development
2. How to use basic components of React Native which includes view, button, text, image, list, alert and many more?
3. We will see the lifecycle methods of React Native App
4. At last, how to debug an app in the real device using USB cable or WiFi?
I hope you understand what we are going to cover. You can start from the left sidebar which is having all the posts sequentially to cover the above-mentioned points.
If you have already covered all the above-mentioned points you can move to the Advance section which will help you to explore more things like screen navigation, how to use device features and many libraries to make the React Native development very easy for you.
If you face any issue then you can visit Frequent Issues section to find the solution or to report the problem.
React Native is a rapidly growing native app development framework nowadays and everybody is contributing so many new things in React Native daily, that is why you can see many updates in the components and libraries but don’t worry, I will keep my posts updated. If you see below you will find the recently updated posts of this section.