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Mobile App Development For iOS and Android

About this course

Already have some web development experience but interested in making mobile apps? This course is for you.

With Expo and React Native, you can build a mobile app using React. It uses the same declarative UI paradigm but renders the same native view components created when writing native code. You can write your app once and run it on multiple platforms, like Android, iOS and even web. By reusing prior web development knowledge you can create mobile apps with native UI and device capabilities. It also speeds up development by reusing most of the same code. But, to get from idea to app on all platforms, basic knowledge of native platforms is required.

Expo also provides a range of tools that solves most of the common issues. Although Expo isn’t required to use React Native, it helps developers by removing the need for basic native knowledge. With Expo you can create your apps using pure JavaScript.

Take-Away Skills

This course is great for learners who have experience with JavaScript and React development and want to get into mobile development, or for mobile developers who want to expand their toolset.

In this course you will learn:

  • What Expo and React Native are and how to write an app
  • How to use core components in your apps
  • Add custom styling to your components
  • Use React Navigation to make multi-screen apps
Yes, all of our classes are currently online and live utilizing Zoom Video , or Google Meet Conferencing.
Between 4- 6 months. We offer our courses in flex schedules that differ in lengths and format. Our flex class is roughly 4-6 months, completed on your own time.
You will need:
Reliable laptop or computer with a webcam
Reliable internet connection
A quiet place to work with minimal distractions
We recommend that your computer has at least:
500 GB SSD
8 GB Memory (RAM)
Standard GPU
Recent i5 or i7 CPU, or equivalent
Yes! In fact, the majority of our students have little to no coding experience coming in. We design our curriculum and teaching methods to progress your knowledge and skill from beginner fundamentals to advanced Full-Stack topics.
Our course tuition is currently $5,900.00 with several payment options available. There is more information regarding payment plans here.

A mobile app developer using React Native is proficient in leveraging the React Native framework to build cross-platform mobile applications. React Native, developed by Facebook, allows developers to use the same codebase to create applications for both iOS and Android platforms. Here's an overview of what a mobile app developer with React Native expertise typically works on:

React Native Basics:

  1. JavaScript/React Skills:
    • React Native is based on React, a popular JavaScript library for building user interfaces. Developers need strong JavaScript and React skills to effectively work with React Native.
  2. Cross-Platform Development:
    • React Native enables developers to write code once and deploy it on both iOS and Android platforms, reducing development time and effort compared to building separate native apps.

Development Workflow:

  1. Component-Based Architecture:
    • React Native follows a component-based architecture, where the UI is broken down into reusable components. Developers design these components and compose them to create the overall user interface.
  2. Native Module Integration:
    • React Native allows the integration of native modules written in Java (for Android) and Objective-C/Swift (for iOS) when specific platform-specific functionality is required.
  3. Hot Reloading:
    • Developers can use hot reloading to instantly see the effect of changes made to the code, improving the development workflow and speeding up iteration cycles.

UI/UX Design:

  1. Styling and Theming:
    • React Native uses a style system similar to CSS for styling components. Developers apply styles to create visually appealing and consistent user interfaces.
  2. Third-Party Libraries:
    • Integration of third-party libraries and packages is common for adding features, animations, and other functionalities to the app.

API Integration:

  1. RESTful API Integration:
    • Developers use React Native to interact with backend APIs, fetching and sending data to create dynamic and interactive app experiences.
  2. State Management:
    • Managing the state of the application is crucial. React Native provides tools like Redux for state management, ensuring a predictable and scalable state container.

Testing and Debugging:

  1. Unit Testing:
    • Writing unit tests to ensure the reliability and stability of the app.
  2. Debugging Tools:
    • Using React Native's debugging tools and integration with popular IDEs for efficient debugging.

Deployment:

  1. App Store Submission:
    • Preparing the app for submission to the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, following their respective guidelines.
  2. Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD):
    • Implementing CI/CD pipelines to automate the build, test, and deployment processes.

Maintenance and Updates:

  1. Version Updates:
    • Keeping the app up-to-date with the latest versions of React Native and other dependencies.
  2. Performance Optimization:
    • Identifying and addressing performance bottlenecks to ensure a smooth user experience.

 

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Enrolled: 131 students
Duration: 100 -120 Hours
Video: Live
Level: Beginner to Advanced