Build Native ApplicationsEnroll In Nanodegree
This course is a part of the React Nanodegree Program.
After learning React, you can leverage the same principles to not only build dynamic user interfaces for the web, but also for native platforms such as iOS and Android.
This course is part of a Nanodegree Program. It is a step towards a new career in React.
Enhance your skill set and boost your hirability through innovative, independent learning.
You’ll learn the ideology behind React Native as well as how it works and how to get started building an iOS and Android application with it.
You’ll discover the ideological differences between building for the web and building for native as well as the main differences between the React and the React Native API.
You’ll take a close look at React Native’s Stylesheet API as well as its implementation of flexbox in order to be able to effectively style and layout your application.
You’ll implement React Navigation’s navigators in order to be able to switch between tabs and screens in your application.
You'll extend your application by adding Animations, support for both Geolocation and Local Notifications, how to work with photos, and how to get it prepped for submitting to App stores.
To succeed in this program, you need to have experience with building front-end web applications with:
You should have familiarity with the following:
See the Technology Requirements for using Udacity.
React Native was created with a ""learn once, write anywhere"" mindset. This way, you can leverage the very same principles from React to create a fully functional, cross-platform mobile application.
You'll explore everything from setting up a proper development environment to building and styling the application. You’ll incorporate native APIs such as geolocation and local notifications, and even learn how to get your app ready for the Google Play Store and the App Store.
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