When I decided start on my journey to becoming a designer who can code, I didn’t expect it to be so hard. I am learning how to code not to become a developer, but to ensure that the vision I have when designing a product will come to life accurately.
If you are a designer who has been thinking about learning to code or even if you haven’t but this concept sounds interesting, keep reading.
This tutorial is a deep dive in the use of Redux in React Native projects. It will show you how to architect apps that rely on external web services, and Firebase. The code for this tutorial is on GitHub.
This tutorial is a deep dive of Flexbox layout and FlatList. It will show you how to take a wireframe and compose React Native components out of it. The code for this tutorial is on GitHub.
This tutorial is a deep dive of React Navigation, which is the way to do in app navigation. It also goes into the best practices for styling your app and how to collaborate with designers for styling. The code for this tutorial is in GitHub.
Redux and React are things that are normally associated with web development. Redux is a beautiful design pattern that can help with any application, even native ones! I used Firebase in order to do cross platform data synchronization across web and mobile clients. I also used Firebase auth and Material Design to craft a real-world app. The code for this tutorial is in GitHub.
The purpose of this tutorial is to serve as a starting point for a real world React, Redux, and Firebase example. The starter project is on GitHub.
The purpose of this tutorial is to serve as a starting point for a real world React and Firebase example. The starter project is on GitHub.