Build Native Apps with React Native!

React Native is an exciting framework that enables developers to create robust mobile applications using their existing JavaScript knowledge. It offers faster mobile development and more efficient code sharing than any other frameworks across iOS, Android, and the Web, without sacrificing the end user’s experience or application quality.

The 5 free resources to learn React Native are as follows:

1. Learn React Native through interactive examples

Excellent coursework to get started with React Native. Most of the crucial topics about React Native are covered, starting from the basics and moving to more advanced topics. Basic knowledge of react.js is recommended before starting the coursework. Many exercises are also provided to test your knowledge.

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2. React Native 101: Build React Native App

YouTube playlist that lets viewers build 7 React Native apps through 7 videos. The playlist consists of 7 videos, each 6–16 minutes long. Knowledge in react.js and JavaScript are pre-requisites. The best video available is if you are a fast learner and need everything done quickly.

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3. Getting started with React Native

Getting started with React Native is one of the best documentation available online. It is free of cost and constantly updated. Created and maintained by Facebook developers, this is an excellent platform for beginners and experienced app developers to clear their doubts.

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4. React Native Tutorial For Beginners- Crash Course

A detailed and extended 5+ hour-long video that covers everything about React Native, a beginner would want to know in detail. The video covers topics like useStates, custom components, Modal, etc. moreover, the video also teaches React Native debugging.

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5. A cold drive into React Native

A cold dive into React Native is a very well-written article that teaches us the subject and makes us understand what is happening under the hood. After reading through the entire article, readers will have a clear idea about what terminologies like DOM, State, etc., actually mean. Overall it is a wonderfully crafted article that gives us a deep cold drive into what React Native is.

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