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Our Favorite React Native Resources 2020

Written by 
David Jackson
,
CEO
Our Favorite React Native Resources 2020
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E2E Testing with Nightwatch.js
Anatomy of a Phoenix App
What is Deno?
Fusion.js: The Power of Plugins
10 CSS Properties You Might Have Missed
Coding, Best Practices

FullStack Lab's team of 44 React Native developers are always looking for new ways to improve our skills. There are hundreds of websites, blogs, and other tools out there for learning React Native, so how do you know which ones are the best? We surveyed our team and asked; here are their responses. 

Can it be done in React Native? 

William Candillon is a developer based in Switzerland who’s built an incredible YouTube channel called Can it be done in React Native?.

Advanced animations and transitions are tricky in React Native and developers aren’t always sure what can be achieved with the framework. William’s YouTube channel answers this question by demonstrating all the different things developers can build via in-depth, step-by-step tutorials. 

Some of our favorite lessons include Instagram Pinch To Zoom and The 5-minute Rotation Gesture

“At any given time FullStack Labs has half a dozen React Native apps under development. Building pixel-perfect, polished user interfaces with React Native is really important to us, and we like to push the boundaries of React Native’s abilities around gestures, animations, and transitions. William’s YouTube channel helps us determine what is and isn’t possible, and how to attack challenging problems.” said FullStack Lab's CTO Mike Piccolo.

React Native Radio

React Native Radio is a weekly podcast series that covers – you guessed it – all things React Native. The typical format is one guest (either a developer or engineering manager) discussing a particular technical issue as well as React Native development in general.

Some of our favorite recent episodes include Building Offline-Ready apps in React Native and Progressive Web Apps versus React Native

FullStack Labs Senior React Native developer Adam Burdette says “It's great to help keep you up to date and also to actually hear from a variety of React Native developer guests in the community talk about their passions.” 

React Native School

React Native School is an online React Native training program that includes tutorials and classes covering hundreds of different React Native development challenges. 

Some of the content is free, however, most require payment. A couple of our favorite tutorials are Master React Navigation V5 and Over-the-Air Updates with Codepush.

FullStack Labs React Native Developer Mike Lamb says “I like that they break things up into small bite-sized chunks. The topics are still covered well, but the videos are rarely over 10 min long, which makes it easy to watch just one or two if you don’t have much time.”

React Native Newsletter 

React Native Newsletter is a free bi-weekly summary of React Native news, articles, libraries, apps, issues & pull requests. The newsletter is broken up into four different sections: Editor’s Picks, This Week’s Top Stories, Community Highlights, and Videos. 

All you need is an email address to get started. A few of our favorite curated articles include React Native Push Notifications Guide for Rookies and Techies and React Native is the Future of Mobile and Shopify.

David Jackson, CEO of FullStack Labs says “It’s a great way to keep up to date on everything that’s happening in the React Native community from month-to-month.”

Those are our favorite resources for learning the latest and greatest tips and tricks for React Native. We hope it helps you cut through the clutter. 

David Jackson
Written by
David Jackson
David Jackson

As the CEO of FullStack Labs, my primary responsibility is for the management of the company. I manage and directly contribute to many different departments within the company, including recruiting and hiring, marketing and sales, bookkeeping and accounting, tax and legal, and general operations. I take a hands on approach to management, meaning I prefer to roll up my sleeves and work directly on projects, instead of managing through meetings, policy, and bureaucracy. Prior to FullStack Labs, I was Vice President of Sales and Partner at CAE, where we built an industry-leading marketplace for buying and selling used capital equipment. I graduated Summa Cum Laude from the California State University Sacramento with a degree in Business Administration.

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