Complete the Notes view in React Native

InstructorTyler McGinnis

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In this final React Native lesson of the series we will finalize the Notes view component and squash a few bugs in the code.

Philip Cox
Philip Cox
~ 5 years ago

A good series, thanks Tyler. Can you point me in the direction of some good resources for continued react-native learning, specifically completing an app to a finished standard and deploying? Cheers :)

Zach Guo
Zach Guo
~ 5 years ago

any plan on creating a course for flexbox?

Tyler McGinnis
Tyler McGinnis(instructor)
~ 5 years ago

I've thought about it. If no one does it in the next few months I'll give it a shot.

Amit
Amit
~ 5 years ago

Great series Tyler!

I'd also love to see something on doing an actual deployment.

Doing more sophisticated touch gestures and accessing native components like the camera would also be great topics.

Kelly
Kelly
~ 5 years ago

Really great intro Tyler. Just the right amount of basics with common features most apps need. Thanks.

n7best
n7best
~ 5 years ago

Great series, Tyler!

Tyler McGinnis
Tyler McGinnis(instructor)
~ 5 years ago

Thank you!

Kamuela
Kamuela
~ 5 years ago

Facebook seems to be explicitly recommending against NavigatorIOS now. What are your thoughts on continuing to use it? And also, I am managing state with Redux and wondering the best way to keep my routes part of app state.

Tyler McGinnis
Tyler McGinnis(instructor)
~ 5 years ago

I actually use (React Native Router Flux)[https://github.com/aksonov/react-native-router-flux] for my router implementation at my full time job. I like it a ton more than NavigatorIOS or Navigator. The reason I chose NavigatorIOS initially was because at the time Facebook wasn't partial to either router implementation.

Alain Armand
Alain Armand
~ 5 years ago

Great course. Great teacher. Thank you.

Joe Seifi
Joe Seifi
~ 4 years ago

Just finished this course, Thank you!

One gotcha is that you need to enable "Allow Arbitrary Loads" in your Xcode project to get the Firebase response to work now.

See http://stackoverflow.com/a/38587838/2055984

Daniel
Daniel
~ 4 years ago

Since there is no sign-in for this application, you'll need to adjust the Firebase read/write rights to allow for anyone to be readable/writeable.

  "rules": {
    ".read": true,
    ".write": true
  }
}```
Iteam Dev
Iteam Dev
~ 4 years ago

How do I get this working on Android, what code should be in my index.android.js? The NavigatorIOS will obviously not work, so I must substitute it. What's a recommended way?

Ahmed Khaled A. Mohamed
Ahmed Khaled A. Mohamed
~ 4 years ago

This is my effort to extend the github notetaker app. I updated the code to support latest versions of React and React Native, I also extended the app to use react-navigation which the latest navigation library supporting both iOS and Android. I added Redux to manage the store and used Redux-Sagas to handle asynchronous fetch of data. I would appreciate it if you check it out and give it thumbs up if its helpful. I will continue extending to support more features. https://github.com/ahmedkamohamed/react-native-navigation-redux-sagas