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  • Update to MIT license · facebook/react-native@26684cf
    • GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
    • software, React Native software, Facebook, copyright notice, -For React Native
  • invertase/bridge
    • GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
    • React Native, React Native JS, React Native module, Native JS code, Native module developers
  • How to build a real-time todo app with React Native
    • A todo app touches on all the important parts of building any data-driven app, including the Create, Read, Update and Delete (CRUD) operations. In this story I’ll be building a todo app with one of…
    • todo app, React Native, native ui components, React Native UI, real-time todo app
  • -Facebook, Inc. (Facebook) hereby grants to each recipient of the Software – – -(subject to the termination provision below) license under any Necessary – – -Claims, to make, have made, use, sell, offer to sell, import, and otherwise – – -transfer the Software.
  • For avoidance of doubt, no license is granted under – – -Facebook’s rights in any patent claims that are infringed by (i) modifications – – -to the Software made by you or any third party or (ii) the Software in – – -combination with any software or other technology.
  • -The license granted hereunder will terminate, automatically and without notice, – – -if you (or any of your subsidiaries, corporate affiliates or agents) initiate – – -directly or indirectly, or take a direct financial interest in, any Patent – – -Assertion: (i) against Facebook or any of its subsidiaries or…
  • Notwithstanding the foregoing, if Facebook or any of its – – -infringement against you in the first instance, and you respond by filing a – – -patent infringement counterclaim in that lawsuit against that party that is – – -unrelated to the Software, the license granted hereunder will not terminate…
  • -A Necessary Claim is a claim of a patent owned by Facebook that is – – -A Patent Assertion is any lawsuit or other action alleging direct, indirect, – – -or contributory infringement or inducement to infringe any patent, including a

Tags: software, React Native software, Facebook, copyright notice, -For React Native

  • Bridge lets you bring your React Native JS code into Nodejs and test it mock free and native testing code free.
  • Bridge extends upon and by default the Mocha testing framework (we’d also like to add Jest support).
  • Detox provides all the functionality you’ll need to control your testing app, device and it’s UI (if you have one) whilst Bridge allows JS code execution in the context of your RN app – giving you full access to all the Native api’s exactly like you’d have inside your app….
  • Sorry the docs are still to be written up – but an idea of what you can do with it can been seen in the early bridge testing suite here.
  • The alpha is available on the tag: – – The below previews are from this example testing project and are running a small batch of Mocha tests for react-native-firebase inside Nodejs:

Tags: React Native, React Native JS, React Native module, Native JS code, Native module developers

  • Ill be using ReactiveSearch Native, an open-source library which provides React Native UI components and simplifies building data-driven apps.
  • Clone fromhere.Diving into codeOnce you have cloned the code from the base branch, you should see a directory structure like below: – navigation – RootComponent.js // Root component for our app – MainTabNavigator.js // Tab navigation component – screens – TodosScreen.js // Renders the TodosContainer – components – Header.js //…
  • Well add the streaming related logic later.onAllDataa callback function which receives the list of current todo items and the streaming (new todos and any updates) and returns a React component or JSX to render.
  • Adding TodoItem(s)Next, well create a separate component TodoItem for showing each todo which will contain all necessary markups for a todo item like the CheckBox, Text, and a delete Icon.
  • Well pass the todo as a prop along with the API methods for update and destroy which will be used by TodoItem component.

Tags: todo app, React Native, native ui components, React Native UI, real-time todo app

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