To run a React Native project, I need to launch my terminal to start the npm packager, Chrome for the debugger, Sublime to edit my code, and ultimately Xcode to run the project and start the simulator. These are all minor complaints in the grand scheme of things, but still a con for me when it comes to React Native. I have high hopes that Nuclide (Facebook’s IDE) will alleviate some or all of these cons.
…ta arrives from the server each time you like a photo or you receive a direct message in real-time.
UICollectionView can handle all types of updates (deletes, reloads, moves, and inserts), but performing those updates without crashing can be a little tricky.
We built a lightning-fast diffing algorithm based on a paper published back in 1978 by Paul Heck…