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React Native Desktop

Build OS X desktop apps using React Native

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React Native

Build native mobile experiences with Javascript

React Native is a developer tool that builds mobile UI from declarative components. You can use only JavaScript and React to build a real app, with User Interface fundamental blocks, like the ones for iOS and Android. You can forget about the recompiling with Hot reloading feature.

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Native Directory

A curated list of React Native libraries.

Native Directory is a destination for finding any libraries that work with React Native. There are four sub categories, libraries that work with iOS, libraries that work with Android, libraries that work with Expo, and libraries that even work on the web.

Native Directory takes submissions at https://github.com/react-community/native-directory

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React Storybook

Develop and design React components without an app.

Justin Trollip- CEO at Kudoo
Storybook is great. Even though it says React, it can be used with Vue and Angular I believe. We use it for our UI components and it's been great.
d. nye yarrington- founder, moflo.me
For ReactJS web development, I use Storybook in parallel to my development flow to quickly prototype design choices with production CSS / JS / Components, etc.
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ReactiveSearch Native

Elasticsearch UI components for React Native

10+ open-source React Native UI components for your next iOS/Android app, comes with a free sketch template.

ReactiveSearch is also available as a React library for web apps. You can check it over here.

Appbase
If you have an existing project, you can install reactivesearch-native module using yarn or npm. yarn add @appbaseio/reactivesearch-native or npm install @appbaseio/reactivesearch-native If you are starting from scratch, follow the next steps on getting started with reactivesearch-native. We will create a search UI based on a books dataset with ReactiveSearc… See more
All things #datastreams
From our experience with building data-driven apps, it takes anywhere between several weeks to months to build and ship anything meaningful. Add in the problem of building for multiple platforms and the timeframe compounds. ReactiveSearch provides scaffolding to build data-driven apps much like Bootstrap and Materialize provide scaffolding to build styles fo… See more
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Unite for macOS

Turn websites into native apps on your Mac.

Unite for macOS allows you to turn websites into apps on your Mac. Each Unite app is a custom-built fast and modern browser, allowing for separate storage and settings between apps.

Unite has a number of other tricks as well, including:

- Status Bar Apps

- Floating and Desktop Modes

- Notifications and Badges (Gmail and Facebook at launch)

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Compositor is a new set of tools for designing and building user interfaces.

Spectrum.chat
@mrmrs, @jxnblk and @johno have been working on a new tool that I'm super excited about, Lab: https://compositor.io/lab/ See more
Kilian Valkhof
In the past few years tons of new web design tools came out. The old model of static pixelbased comps of screens is slowly being replaced with more modern ideas of designing.
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Zeroqode Native Apps

Convert any web application into native iOS & Android apps

Zeroqode Native Apps is a tool that converts your existing web applications into native iOS & Android apps, automagically.

TechCrunch
Codeless development platforms are at once a blessing and a curse. If they're complete enough to be powerful they are too difficult for beginners and if they're simple enough for beginners they're useless for serious work. Zeroqode, a one-stop-shop for codeless creation, aims to make the difficult easy and the easy more powerful.
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Taming the State in React

A journey to learn Redux and MobX in React.js

What was planned as an ebook, turned out to be a full course with a 250-page ebook, 8 source code projects and 3 screencasts series in which I guide you through the process of building your own applications with Redux and MobX.

Robinwieruch
I am excited to launch my course Taming the State in React. I worked on the course for the last 6 months and squeezed every of my free minutes during a workweek, weekends and holidays into it. For instance, when writing the ebook, I woke up two hours earlier before my 9 to 5 job to write ~750 qualitative words a day.
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