Third Day- React-native

Hey Guys. It’s third day of our training. It was delivered by my favourite speakers Vigasdeep and Shaina.


It is basically a JavaScript library for building user interfaces.

It has three paradigms

  1. Declarative– Design simple views and react will update and render right components.
  2. Component based– Manage complex GUI by encapsulating components for each state.
  3. Learn Once, Write anywhere– Develop new features in react without rewriting existing code.


Learn Once, Write anywhere. It builds mobile apps with react. It is developer-friendly as well as user-friendly based on JavaScript and react. A React Native app is a real mobile app. It need not to compile again and again. Predefined components are build in JavaScript and JSX compiled.


It’s an alternative of react-native but less productive. PhoneGap produces apps for all popular mobile OS platforms such as iOS, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Mobile OS etc. But it’s not user-friendly. It’s not native(here native means os dependent). Ionic use phonegap.

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Here, Web can be assumed for Phonegap.

Then he told us about Git. Git is basically developed from the command diff. I have already explained Git in my previous blogs.

There was an overview on Documentation like Doxygen can be used.



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