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  • entria/react-native-visa-checkout
    • Contribute to react-native-visa-checkout development by creating an account on GitHub.
    • Visa Checkout Button, Visa Checkout screens, string, Visa internal error, Build Phases tab
  • Deploy a React Blog using Cosmic JS –
    • In this blog I will demonstrate deploying a React Blog App in 3 steps. This simple blog app is built using React, Redux, & Node.js. Use the Cosmic JS NPM package to query your blog’s content and…
    • Cosmic JS, Cosmic JS NPM, React Blog, Cosmic JS Bucket, Cosmic JS App
  • Making a Login app using React-native and Hasura without Redux.
    • I wanted to build an application with login and sign up feature, I ended up with some of the tutorials which use Redux for state management. Since I had no prior experience of using Redux, it became…
    • hasura, local state, git push hasura, error);, hasura login
  • Building a Coffee Map with React Native
    • Learn to scaffold a simple React Native application using Expo and touch on using it’s location and map APIs.
    • React Native, Yelp API, React Native CLI, countless to-do applications, young web developer
  • diegohaz/awesome-react-context
    • awesome-react-context – 😎 A curated list of stuff related to the new React Context API
    • new context api, Kent C. Dodds, , ,
  • If the promise is resolved it should return an object representing the payment summary, it has the format: – – is an int of the value of of the card used in the transaction.
  • This sets the checkout options for the transaction to be done when the user swipes the Visa Checkout Button all the way and the Visa Checkout screens pops up.
  • An object with two fields: – – Function to be called when the user swipes the card to the end and FINISHES the transaction without errors.
  • The object received is a payment summary and has the format: – – is an int of the value of of the card used in the transaction.
  • Function to be called when the user swiped the card to the end but something went wrong with the transaction, like a user cancellation or a Visa internal error.

Tags: Visa Checkout Button, Visa Checkout screens, string, Visa internal error, Build Phases tab

  • TL;DRReact Blog – React Blog Demo – React Blog Codebase – How to Build a Blog Using Cosmic JS and be using Cosmic JS to install our example app, deploy and make content updates moving forward.
  • Cosmic JS is an API-first Content Management Platform that allows developers to build apps in any programming language while giving content editors a familiar content editor to manage dynamic content from the cloud.
  • Confirm Deploy Location using the content-ready app from Brian Ray in the Cosmic JS Community, so Ill use his Master Repo: that your app is deployed to the Cosmic JS App Server, youre free to completely manage your React Blog and all of its content from one place.
  • Cosmic JS is an API-first cloud-based content management platform that makes it easy to manage applications and content.
  • Carson Gibbons is the Co-Founder CMO of Cosmic JS, an API-first Cloud-based Content Management Platform that decouples content from code, allowing devs to build slick apps and websites in any programming language they want.

Tags: Cosmic JS, Cosmic JS NPM, React Blog, Cosmic JS Bucket, Cosmic JS App

  • Dont be surprised, Hasura comes in play here and provides many pre-built APIs with their clusters, one of them is AUTH API which lets you manage login/signup process with following ways: – Conventional username and password method.Various social platform loginsOTP login with help of SMS providersIt provides feature to manage…
  • If you want to see how its implemented in react-native, you can have a look at my previous will be creating async functions in my class App to get the details: – Signup = async () = { – { – method: ‘post’, – headers: { – ‘Content-Type’: ‘application/json’ -…
  • /Home’; – export default class App extends Component{ – state = { – username: ”, – password: ”, – auth_token: ” – }Signup = async () = { – { – method: ‘post’, – headers: { – ‘Content-Type’: ‘application/json’ – }, – body: JSON.stringify({ – provider: username, – data: {…
  • catch((error) = { – console.error(error); – }); – } – Login = async () = { – { – method: ‘post’, – headers: { – ‘Content-Type’: ‘application/json’ – }, – body: JSON.stringify({ – provider: username, – data: { – username: this.state.username, – password: this.state.password – } – }) – })….
  • catch((error) = { – console.error(error); – }); – } – render(){ – //If auth token is not present – return( – View – TextInput – placeholder=Enter User name – onChangeText={ TextInputValue = – this.setState({username : TextInputValue }) } – style={ – { – textAlign: ‘center’, – width: ‘90%’, – marginBottom:…

Tags: hasura, local state, git push hasura, error);, hasura login

  • Thinking it’ll be practically like writing a simple web application, they install the React Native CLI and scaffold an empty project.
  • They have made it such that when you create an application with Expo, you will probably never have to crack open XCode or edit any platform specific configuration files.
  • If you’re familiar with create-react-app for bootstrapping a React web application, Expo works in pretty much the same way.
  • From a high level standpoint, the app will go like this: – – We will use the Yelp API for getting the list of coffee places.
  • This Map component is a wrapper for Expo’s component.

Tags: React Native, Yelp API, React Native CLI, countless to-do applications, young web developer

  • A curated list of stuff related to the new React Context API – – Contributions welcome!
  • To the extent possible under law, diegohaz has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to this work.

Tags: new context api, Kent C. Dodds, , ,

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