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In 2017, we have seen an increased interest in the question of code sharing across React and React Native, mostly after Nicolas Gallagher took to the stage at React Rally to talk about react-native-web, a solution he has been using to build a web version of Twitter. The first minor version of the package (0.1.0) was released October that year, and earlier, in March, Microsoft published reactxp to NPM. Since then, both libraries have been actively maintained, albeit by a limited number of contributors. They are currently the only production-proven options for experimenting with “truly” cross-platform React, targeting Native and Web with a single code base.
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The current state of real-time communication and screen sharing Over the past few years, real-time communication via the internet has grown in popularity. Text chats and video conversations are important parts of modern web applications. One of the most interesting and useful features that can help with presentations, team meetings or other similar use cases is screen sharing.
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Using New React Hooks API in React Native

Using Hooks in React Native Hold on, what exactly are “Hooks”? Instead of coming up with my explanation, I’ll just point you to great resources that should get you up and running with Hooks in no time:
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I really like Angular! At the time most of the well-written websites were MVC applications, Angular 1 was a huge revelation to me Yes, there were older frontend frameworks such as Backbone, but Angular was the first one that made a real difference. I could compare it to the first iPhone – there had been ideas, there had been attempts too, but finally, someone made it just right. Over several years, I did many projects using Angular or Ionic, and when the time came, I switched to Angular 2, which was even better in my opinion. Those days, as the frontend part of my developer’s stack, Angular was safe to me and provided a comfort zone.
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Frontend apps are getting big, and it’s becoming difficult to manage their complexity. React with Redux seems to be the way to go, but it still has one piece not baked in, and it can bite you hard when your app grows.
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I have recently gone through Udemy’s course on React Native by Stephen Grinder. It’s a comprehensive course that explains basic concepts and shows how to use the framework in practice. Here is my short review with recommendations who it is for.
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