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New week, new post!
⚡️Nesting Tab and Stack Navigators in React Native and Expo Apps
Navigation is an essential part of any mobile app that has multiple screens leading to a variety of interactions for the user. Building a working navigation system often requires us to create a structure that allows for different kinds of navigators working together.
Using react-navigation, you can definitely nest different types of navigators in a React Native app. The term nesting, when it comes to navigators, refers to rendering one navigator inside a screen of another navigator.
In this post, let’s examine one of the scenarios by nesting a tab navigator inside a stack navigator.
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