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By Aaron Blondeau 05 Sep, 2017
I recently wrote a post about the quickest way to build a React Native application.  After creating that project I started to think about how I would go about testing the app.  It took me a full two days but I finally succeeded.  Here are some of the things I learned.
By Aaron Blondeau 01 Sep, 2017
I decided to give this a try using Android Studio version 2.3.3 with the Kotlin plugin .  Everything just works  - even running the app with "react-native run-android".  On iOS you have to implement some workarounds to write React Native modules with Swift so I was expecting this to be a longer post.  Kudos to the Kotlin team for some top notch engineering!
By Aaron Blondeau 26 Aug, 2017

I wanted to find the fastest way to build a React Native app that looks and feels like a real app.  After researching the various technology stack options, I decided on the following:

  • Bootstrap the project with React Navigation for app navigation and NativeBase for UI components.
  • Use MobX for state management instead of Redux (or whatever the current most hyped flux implementation is)
  • Use stock React Native for everything else.
By Aaron Blondeau 05 Sep, 2017
I recently wrote a post about the quickest way to build a React Native application.  After creating that project I started to think about how I would go about testing the app.  It took me a full two days but I finally succeeded.  Here are some of the things I learned.
By Aaron Blondeau 01 Sep, 2017
I decided to give this a try using Android Studio version 2.3.3 with the Kotlin plugin .  Everything just works  - even running the app with "react-native run-android".  On iOS you have to implement some workarounds to write React Native modules with Swift so I was expecting this to be a longer post.  Kudos to the Kotlin team for some top notch engineering!
By Aaron Blondeau 26 Aug, 2017

I wanted to find the fastest way to build a React Native app that looks and feels like a real app.  After researching the various technology stack options, I decided on the following:

  • Bootstrap the project with React Navigation for app navigation and NativeBase for UI components.
  • Use MobX for state management instead of Redux (or whatever the current most hyped flux implementation is)
  • Use stock React Native for everything else.
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