In this lesson we'll walk through the process of installing the react-native-cli through setting up a basic react-native project on iOS. We'll get the basic project running in a simulator via XCode. We'll also setup Android, Android Studio and get the project running on an emulator with the react-native run-android command.
Applications are driven by state. Many things, like the user interface, should always be consistent with that state.
MobX is a general purpose FRP library that provides the means to derive, for example, a React based user interface automatically from the state and keep it synchronized.
The net result of this approach is that writing applications becomes really straight-forward and boilerplate free.