React Native for iOS Development

  • 1h 24m
  • Abhishek Nalwaya, Akshat Paul
  • Apress
  • 2016

React Native for iOS Development is your hands-on guide to developing native iOS apps with ease. React Native challenges the status quo of native iOS development with revolutionary components, asynchronous execution, unique methods for touch handling, and much more. React Native eliminates the need for Objective-C and instead uses the power of JavaScript and React to build excellent native apps.

You will begin by understanding the path breaking concepts of React.js, which makes it distinctive. You will set up React Native and begin exploring the anatomy of React Native apps. You’ll also learn about flux architecture, how it differs from MVC, and how you can include it in your React Native project to solve problems differently and efficiently. Next, you will learn to create stunning user interfaces and interact with various device capabilities. You will then boost your development by including some popular packages already developed by the React Native community that will helps you write less but do more. Finally, you’ll learn to how write test cases and submit your application to App Store.

Using real-world examples with an example-driven approach, you will learn by doing and have a substantial running app at the end of each chapter. Start using React Native for your iOS development using this book today.

About the Author

Akshat Paul is a developer & Author of the book RubyMotion iOS development essentials. He has extensive experience of mobile & web development and has delivered many enterprise and consumer applications over the years.

In other avatars, Akshat frequently speaks at conferences and meetups on various technologies. He has given talks at RubyConfIndia, #inspect-RubyMotion Conference brussels and was KeyNote speaker at technology leadership events at bkk & kl. Besides writing code Akshat spends time with his family, is an avid reader and obsessive about healthy eating.

In this Book

  • Learning the Basics: A Whistle-Stop Tour of React
  • The Simplest Program: Hello World with React Native
  • Canvas, Brush, and Paint: Working with the User Interface
  • Flux: Solving Problems Differently
  • Device Capabilities
  • Communicating with Servers
  • React Native Supplements