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How to: enable Hermes JavaScript engine in your React Native app

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fabrizio duroni
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francesco bonfadelli
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marco de lucchi

React native 0.60.4 has a new cool feature for Android: a new JavaScript engine called Hermes. Let's see how you can turn it on in your React Native application to get all its benefits.

React Native: Native Modules and UIViewController communication on iOS

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fabrizio duroni

Leverage the power of NSNotificationCenter to implement communication between React Native Native modules (aka bridges) and your native code on iOS

React Native: there is a debug for that!

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fabrizio duroni
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mariano patafio

Learn how to leverage the power of RCTBundleURLProvider to build, run and debug on an iOS device from Xcode

First time as speakers. Here's how we prepared

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fabrizio duroni
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alessandro romano

We got the opportunity for the first time to be on the other side of a talk: we were the speakers. We share how we prepared for our talk about React, React Native and Typescript.

Eat Your Own Dog Food: distribute a beta version of your iOS app

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giordano tamburrelli
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fabrizio duroni

Read how we managed to distribute a beta version of our iOS app using an Apple Enterprise Developer Program and GitHub Pages.

React Native + Typescript, love at first sight. Setup in an existing app.

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fabrizio duroni

You can run your React Native integration with Typescript in a couple of minutes in an existing app. Just read our example.

Android Studio vs Xcode vs AppCode: a brief comparison about coding speed

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fabrizio duroni
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francesco bonfadelli
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tommaso resti

Being able to write code faster is a non-plus-ultra in every kind of software development. We made a comparison, take a look at our results.