React Native Exercises
Ten Exercises to Make You a Better React Native Developer
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I've worked with over 5,000 people to help them become better React Native developers. Throughout that time I've learned where people struggle, where confusion originates, and what people are typically building.
That's where this short course comes from. It's ten exercises to help you become a better React Native developer.
The exercises are directly related to the work you'll be doing when using React Native. You'll solidify your knowledge of critical components, design a complex navigation structure, create high-quality APIs, and more.
Lastly, it's brief - we're all busy people. Even though we all want to grow our knowledge, we can't all commit hours to doing so. Each of the ten exercises should only take between 15 and 30 minutes.
I guarantee that these exercises will make you a better React Native developer. If they don't, I'll give you a full refund.
Join the over 5,000 people who have already taken my React Native courses and level up your knowledge.
I’m Spencer Carli. I'm a developer, cat dad, and devout pizza lover.
I’ve been using React Native full-time since it was first open sourced by Facebook in 2015. I’ve built multiple apps, reached over 1.1 million developers through my React Native tutorials, taught thousands through my online courses, and trained teams of developers to effectively use React Native.
StartExercise 1: Layout with Flexbox
StartExercise 2: Breaking down a UI into Components
StartExercise 3: Dealing with the Keyboard
StartExercise 4: Listing Data with the FlatList
StartExercise 5: Persistent Storage
StartExercise 6: Dealing with Remote Images on Slow Networks
StartExercise 7: Playing with Animations
StartExercise 8: Complex Navigation Structure
StartExercise 9: Build a Swiper Component
StartExercise 10: Making a Declarative API for an Imperative API