Category Archives: react-native

React Native Internals

[ Fuente: https://www.reactnative.guide/3-react-native-internals/3.1-react-native-internals.html ] React Native Internals React Native is a framework which allows developers to build native apps using Javascript. Wait! Cordova already does that and it has been around for quite a while. Why would anyone want to use RN? The primary difference between RN and Cordova based apps is that Cordova based […]

React native: Expo: How Expo Works

[ Fuente: https://docs.expo.io/versions/v26.0.0/workflow/how-expo-works ] How Expo Works While it’s certainly not necessary to know any of this to use Expo, many engineers like to know how their tools work. We’ll walk through a few key concepts here, including: Local development of your app Publishing/deploying a production version of your app How Expo manages changes to […]

React Native : Building native releases

[Fuente: https://facebook.github.io/react-native/docs/signed-apk-android.html https://docs.expo.io/versions/v26.0.0/distribution/building-standalone-apps#content https://docs.expo.io/versions/v26.0.0/expokit/detach#content ] Contents Generating Signed APK Expo: Building standalone apps Expo: Detach Generating Signed APK Android requires that all apps be digitally signed with a certificate before they can be installed, so to distribute your Android application via Google Play store, you’ll need to generate a signed release APK. The Signing Your Applications page on […]

React Native: Image snippets

Full width & height import React, { Component } from ‘react’; import { View, Image } from ‘react-native’; import splashImage from ‘../assets/img/Marvel-Comics-Logo.png’; class Splash extends Component { render() { const { imageStyle, containerStyle } = styles; return ( <View style={containerStyle}> <Image style={imageStyle} source={splashImage} /> </View> ); } } const styles = { containerStyle: { flex: […]

React Native: Generating Signed APK (Android)

[Fuente: https://facebook.github.io/react-native/docs/signed-apk-android.html] Android requires that all apps be digitally signed with a certificate before they can be installed, so to distribute your Android application via Google Play store, you’ll need to generate a signed release APK. The Signing Your Applications page on Android Developers documentation describes the topic in detail. This guide covers the process in brief, as […]