Firebase Cloud Messaging is a notification service which can be used to send push notifications and in-app messages in iOS and Android applications.It supports web as well. it is one of the best services out there that can enable you to send targeted notifications through your React Native app to users and it can be made better with Notifee.
Read about the entire process of setting up FCM and Notifee at https://geekyants.com/blog/notifications-on-react-native-using-firebase-cloud-messaging-withnotifee-347
Neeraj Sinha is back with another informative article to his name. If you like his insights, leave a 👏🏻 and some comments.
Testing an application is a prominent and integral part of the entire application building process. If the primary goal is to produce a robust and perfect product, testing becomes a key part before the product gets delivered to make it ideal.
Widget testing is an ideal, yet unexplored way of…
…and then the hooks update was released. Looks like someone wasn’t supposed to stay dumb forever :-)
This article will talk about the key differences between how these two manage states.
Read the complete article here: https://geekyants.com/blog/react-hooks-vs-class-component
Ritu Saxena is a software engineering trainee and has tried her hand at a technical article for the first time. Leave some 👏🏻 and love for her so that she does this more often.
Quite simply, this blog will touch upon methods through which you can mutate and query many-to-many relations in AWS Amplify using React.
Before moving ahead, it is highly recommend for you to go through the official docs of AWS Amplify to get a know-how and be in a better position to understand the process that follows below.
Read the complete article here: https://geekyants.com/blog/many-to-many-relations-in-aws-amplify-using-react-321
Chhavi Puri is a software engineer trainee at GeekyAnts and this is her first attempt at writing an article based on her experiences and learnings. Show her some love and leave some 👏🏻 and comments to encourage her to share her knowledge through more articles.
As the tradition goes, another meeting of the best in the React & React Native communities gathered online to talk about their favourite frameworks in the 16th edition of the International React & React Native community meetup, organized by React Native Bangalore & hosted by GeekyAnts on their official YouTube…
In this article, we will build an app using Spring Boot, which provides an easier and faster way to set up, configure and run stand-alone web-based applications.
The objective to build this app is to develop production-ready Spring application for authentication and authorization with minimum configurations. Also being lazy to write API Docs, we will use HATEOAS (Hypermedia as the Engine of Application State) which allows the client to dynamically navigate to the appropriate resources by traversing hypermedia links.
Read about the source of inspiration for this article and the complete piece here.
Big ups to Mukul Pahwa, Software Engineer @ GeekyAnts for exploring and experimenting with Spring Boot just as he explores and experiments with his travels. Leave some claps and shower some love!
iOS 14 has now been officially launched and it has us dumbstruck in awe. Apple has really stepped up their game to compete with Android in their classic fashion of adding features to iOS with a tinge of their special sauce to make it feel brand new. …
There is always a constant debate about the biggest backend frameworks in the market today and where exactly do they fit in. Of course, this means that a lot of time is spent on researching and comparing, which can be better utilized. …
We came across a scenario where we were to communicate with a Raspberry Pi using Bluetooth. For this, we needed to implement a full-duplex type connection with the RPI.
We looked for some quick solutions over the internet, but unfortunately, we found none. There were very few Bluetooth based libraries…
Amazon Web Services (AWS) recently launched AWS HoneyCode, a no-code mobile and web app builder. I built an app using the app builder of HoneyCode and in this article, I am sharing my experience of development with HoneyCode and why I think it is the future.
Read about the basics, implementation and my review of AWS Honeycode here.
All credits to Abhishek Pundir for getting his hands dirty with AWS Honeycode and bringing new information to light while debunking myths about the tech so swiftly. Leave some claps and love for him if you like the article.