Hello 👋 dev,
Earlier this month, react-navigation library released version 5 that has some significant changes to handle navigation in a React Native app. Without a doubt, it’s one of the most popular navigation solutions in React Native apps that also has support for Expo.
Coming out with a more of component based approach, IMO, the library has become more approachable for any one with a web development background or some one who has experience with web frameworks like Reactjs and so on.
Here is the first post in the series that will guide you through the basics as well some tips on using Stack Navigation pattern.
⚡️Getting Started with Stack Navigator Using react-navigation 5
Things you are going to learn in this post:
- Create a stack navigator
- Specifying options for each screen in Stack Navigator
- Enabling gestures in react-navigation
- Passing data between routes
- Using params in a screen's title
- How to use screenOptions to modify header styles
- Understanding header modes
And a few more use cases.
Second post of this week is not written by me, but a friend of mine and long time subscriber to this newsletter, Lizzie Siegle, who has featured in this newsletter before.
Her expertise in Machine Learning and using Tensorflow fascinates me and this time she shows us how to "Classify Texts with TensorFlow and Twilio".
Only 60 days are left for second edition of React Native and Expo: App.js conference in Krakow. I am out of free tickets but I do have 15% discount code (link here) left for some tickets. If you are looking forward to attend, alone or with your team, now is the time because this coupon will expire in a week!
✌️Have a great weekend and Happy coding