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Using Firestore, you will probably want to query the data in some way before fetching it. If you have experience in .NET or .NET Core, there is the Entity Framework package, which allows you to do some querying operations before returning data. When it comes to Firestore, you can mostly do the same things! There are some limitations, but firstly, let’s talk about the possibilities.
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There are cases in which you will want to change your app’s appearance depending on where it’s being used. For example, you may want to display different content in some regions or change the color palette depending on the user’s location. Today I will show you how to do it using Firebase Remote Config and our great Sticky Parallax Header library!
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In this blog post, we are building an Apple App Store sticky header from The Sims Mobile product page.
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First impression can only be made once. That’s why creating a perfect splash screen is so important. Here’s a tutorial on adding it to React Native apps.
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A comparison of text to speech solutions There are many text to speech solutions on the market, starting from Google Cloud Text To Speech, Microsoft Azure Text To Speech, Amazon AWS Polly and finishing with natively implemented solutions for Android and iOS devices. While the last one seems easier to implement, is reliable, and offers possibilities like using it without an internet connection, the “bigger” solutions are backed by machine learning and provide higher quality voices. The biggest downside is support for React Native - while all of them have official iOS and Android SDKs, it’s really hard to find a library for React Native. In this article, we present a comparison of native solutions for normal React Native apps, Expo ones, and the Rest API of Google Speech To Text. 
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There can be many reasons to prevent screenshot-taking in a React Native application, but keep in mind that it is bad protection for secure data or anything that user should not save, see or remember. A simple example of a work-around is to take a photo of the device with another one. Anyway, is it even possible?
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Intro As an introduction, I would like to show you what exactly I will cover in this article, how lifecycles are divided into categories, and what each category is responsible for.
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A Good Start In React Native

 If you are reading this article, you probably fit one of the two groups: You are a native iOS or Android developer thinking about transitioning to RN, or You are already familiar with RN, but a friend, who is a native iOS/Android dev, asked you for some advice on how to learn RN. In both cases, you are welcome and this article is for you!
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ReasonML is a language with syntax familiar to both JavaScript and OCaml programmers. You can compile it using BuckleScript straight into JavaScript. It not only allows to use JS in the middle of ReasonML code but also using JS libraries and their management system - NPM/Yarn.
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The most basic debugging tool is the built-in JavaScript debugger. In the simulator menu opened by "command + m" on Android and "command + d" on iOS you can find the "Debug JS remotely" position. The tool opened under "http://localhost:8081/debugger-ui" is the same one, as browser debugger, hidden under the "inspect" menu button. Although It seems complex Chrome Developer Tools offers only basic features such as logging output to console or using the network tab.
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