There was a lot going on in April in terms of meetups all over the world. Let’s see what the top 8 meetup videos were this month. You can find out more about accessibility, how to learn React Native as a junior, AR apps, using SVG, libraries, debugging and much more! Check this list and broaden your horizon today.
Nivedita shares what she has learned about accessibility and its implication in the past few months. This talk will be about the basics of accessibility. Why should we even care about accessibility? Some guidelines that were set up to ensure that this is implemented well. Also, how Android and iOS natively allow developers to make accessible apps. And then, join a deep discussion on allied tools.
Learn how you can master React Native as a beginner. What exactly is it? How does it work for iOS AND Android? Not only can you make universal components and save hundreds of lines of code, it allows developers to reuse code across the web and mobile all with a smooth UI.
What is hot reloading? It is the ability to push over the air updates to published apps and the promise of having your app “just work” out of the box on Android as well as iOS. This makes React Native a tempting proposition for frontend developers. But what do you do when you have to integrate React Native into a large existing native code base? This talk is from the perspective of an experienced native iOS developer who has worked with React Native to ship several cross-platform Greenfield and brownfield apps.
With the release of ARKit and ARCore by Apple and Google we see various Augmented reality apps created for iOS and Android. Have you ever wondered how you can create such apps in React Native? In this talk we will see how it can be done fairly easily.
Vector graphics are in fact the best way to provide great visualization and interaction combined. They exist on all platforms in some way or form, so it’s just natural to use it in React Native. In this talk, Ori shows you how he integrated the use of SVG with the opinionated component and state system of React, but at the same time keeping things highly performant when interacting with the UI thread – a topic a lot of developers are struggling with.
Do you know how easy React is to encapsulate UI code into a component? You will if you watch this video! It makes reuse of those components easy. But is it simple? There are patterns that have emerged in React that allow you to promote code reuse without sacrificing the simplicity or flexibility of the component. In this talk we’ll cover some of these patterns that will make your React components more useful.
If you’ve spent any time with React Native, you’ve probably tried debugging your apps with Chrome. It’s handy, it’s familiar, it kinda works, but maybe you’ve thought “this could be better.” And you’re right: it can be. In this talk, you’ll meet Reactotron, a free, open-source development tool for your React and React Native projects.
In this video Erik creates a React 18 app with Amplify with protected routes, and a custom authenticator for a Lambda function. Stay all the way to the end to learn all about it!