• ポール ウェッブポール ウェッブ, 4 years ago

    This looks super useful thanks!

    For a front-end developer, do you suggest learning Swift or using React Native?

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    • Henry MoranHenry Moran, 4 years ago

      Curious about this question as well.

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      • Anas MaharbanAnas Maharban, 4 years ago

        same here..

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        • Rick WaaldersRick Waalders, 4 years ago

          Thanks! And as Travis said, since you are coming from a front-end background, React Native will probably feel the most familiar to you. Heck, I'd even suggest React Native if you were coming from a Swift background. I like swift, but building in React is so much faster. Hot reloading is awesome and makes development/debugging really fast and easy.

          I'd say have a look at the docs before anything else. They're pretty helpful: https://facebook.github.io/react-native/docs/getting-started.html

          You'll have a basic app running in minutes :)

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    • Travis Arnold, 4 years ago

      Since you are coming from front-end development, I would suggest React Native. The biggest benefit is you will be able to bring similar knowledge of front-end code into native and vice versa. I personally love being able to jump between both, it's liberating being able to get in and write a native app with only prior knowledge of React. I'm sure Rick has a lot more to say though :)

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