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Learn Once, Write Anywhere: Intro to React Native (3)

Learn Once, Write Anywhere: Intro to React Native (3)

Updated on 21-12-2016 for Vilnius.js talk in Vilnius, Lithuania...

Facebook has gifted the world with a new way to develop native mobile applications using JavaScript: React Native. This doesn't sound like a very revolutionary concept, but the way Facebook chose to do it makes React Native stand out among its peers. In this talk, we’ll take a look at what RN is, how it differs from its competition, and why we might want to use it. Geared toward developers with limited or no experience building mobile applications, it takes a high level view of the framework and makes a compelling case for considering it as part of your toolset.

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Aaron Greenwald

December 21, 2016
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