Best React Native Tutorials

Anyone learning React Native here?

Planning to make an IOS App in the next month and learning it now. Here are the tutorials I’ve done so far, just want to share here because it might be useful for others learning it too!:


So what is the most favorite one? Which you would recommend to ur friends? Thanks for the links!

you can learn a different aspect of React Native from each tutorial, but I recommend to at least do the official Facebook one!

Codementor wrote about travel app development and I really like it. Could also recommend article “Travel app development: How to create a comprehensive travelling experience for your app users” by Cleveroad

I am own my business and searching best iOS app Development Company for my business app. I found some companies in Google WillowTree, Inc., Appster, Fueled, Etc. I have shortlisted this companies after reading all users reviews and comments form this post:- I’m confuse to pick out one best iOS app development company, If anyone worked with any iOS company then please suggest me or also share a list of most-trusted iOS app development companies.

Thanks for the links!
There are a few good tutorials on Udemy but they are not free.
The free one you can checkout is this one: React Native for Absolute Beginners - Udemy.
But probably the best way to learn react native is Facebook documentation itself. It is one of the best documentation I have ever seen. Just start with the quick tutorial and try to build something yourself. Here is facebook documentation: React Native | A framework for building native apps using React.
You can also check sample projects on github. There are incredible developers building apps like Whatsapp, Tinder and Pokemon Go using only react native. Try to understand their code. Sam Okoro has all of these sample projects: VctrySam (Sam Okoro)
And most importantly: try and fail and then try again.
Read also: Angular vs React: which one is better?

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I will recommend WillowTree and Appster is the best android app development company as per my own experience. I worked with each company and they provided great services on time. However if you’re looking another android app development agency or company then check this blog post:- I hope it’ll help you.

I only know basic javascript which i learned in freecodecamp i stopped at the weather app challenge. Is that enough for me to learn react

It’s enough but you’ll probably have some difficulty if you’re not familiar with ES6.

I am also working a tutorial site for React Native Development