RNR 148: Whats in My Stack?
In this episode of React Native Radio the panel overviews the libraries and tools they choose for their stack and explain why they choose them. Christopher Reyes starts by discussing his favorite notes app, Bear Notes. He shares the features from the app that makes him love it so much. The panel also discusses Notion as a good resource for organizing teams.
Next, Chris outlines the stack he would recommend for someone new to development and React Native. He recommends React Native CLI, React Native Navigation, Native Base, and Async Storage. Chris explains why he recommends these tools.
The panel also discusses the importance of going back to your source to make sure you are using the most up to date product. The panel considers what version five of React Navigation with the component-based API will change in their everyday work. They all express their excitement to try it.
Next, Charles Max Wood shares his troubles with his current DevchatTV app and the panel tries to help. Josh Justice is the last to overview his stack, he discusses one of his hobby apps, building a todo app. He is using Orbitjs, ESLint, Prettier, React Native Elements, and React Native Paper. Josh emphasizes the need to test even in hobby projects, for that he uses Dependabot, React Native testing library, and Detox.
- Josh Justice
- Charles Max Wood
- Christopher Reyes
- Jamon Holmgren
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- Bear Notes
- React Native CLI
- React Navigation
- React Navigation v5 preview
- React Native screens
- MobX State Tree
- React Native EU 2019: Jamon Holmgren
- Jamon Holmgren - Build an iOS and Android app in 15 minutes using React Native
- Orbit JS
- Material UI guidelines
- iOS Human Interface Guidelines
Charles Max Wood:
- Editor Snippets