We‘re happy to return to our Developer Showcase with an introduction to Toronto-based developer Simon Stern. In addition to being a full-stack developer and consulting on React Native and AWS projects, Simon is investing in developing a new generation of developers at REDAcademy, where he leads the full-stack development department.
Simon only recently decided to give Expo a try, having shied away in the past. So we were particularly curious in getting his perspective, and to hear more broadly about his story. Without further ado, a little bit from Simon!
A: These days its fairly conventional to say I have an unconventional intro into tech, but that’s the truth! I have a university degree in biology, but teaching myself to code after that changed my life. …
We’re noticing that some folks are having problems even when rebuilding and resubmitting, and have found that it’s important to update your app on all release tracks in Google Play, not just production. See more details below.
*Please Read* — We recommend for users to write into Google and detail the situation for them. (How your old .apk(s) contained Branch, but your new one does not) Also, explicitly state the changes that you made to remedy the violation policy. We’ve found that users have had success getting their apps reinstated after doing so.
Expo developers started reporting this week that Android apps made with Expo are being removed from the Play Store with the message…
Varun Nath is back (read more about his background) with another three-part video series, this time on cloning the shared element transition in the Apple App-of-the-day animation, covering:
• Setting up the UI layout
• Implementing the image animation
• Completing the image animation
To follow along side-by-side, open up the Expo Snack examples and project files for each of the video tutorials.
We create the basic building blocks of our animation, styling our images and container. Open the project files to follow along.