View profile

📱 13 Sharing code with React Native for Web and more

Aman Mittal (@amanhimself)
Aman Mittal (@amanhimself)
👋 Hello Dev!
It’s been a while since the last email. Well, I’ve been busy. But I haven’t stopped writing, just so you know. I am still writing almost every day.
I’ve been busy updating and creating documentation for the company I am currently working for as a Dev Advocate. Sixty-five documentation pieces of editing, re-writing, and then re-write, with some help. It has been an ongoing project for more than two months now, and still not done with it.
Another thing I experienced along the way is that at times, working on documentation is different from writing a tech post. More thoughts on that later.
In between, to take a break and practice the art of coding, I did update my blog’s layout. It’s nothing special. Did some changes to make my personal experience of maintaining a blog becomes a little bit easy.
I hope you like the new change 👉 amanhimself.dev.
✍️ New Posts
Wrote an introductory post about how to set up a React web app using Parcel, build components using React Native core components, and finally, share these components between the mobile and web applications with React Native for Web.
I had fun writing it and realized there is much more to explore in this realm for sharing code in React ecosystem. Have you tried a different method? Talk to me about it, or leave a comment below.
In this post, I shared some of the best no-code/low-code back-end platforms to use in 2021. Most of the back-end platforms mentioned in this post are based on the experience I had when using them.
With my best knowledge and depending on the use case, I try to highlight their unique features. If the platform offers scalability, and if it is flexible enough or not. If it is based on GraphQL or exposes a RESTful API. All of these platforms are front-end agnostic.
When working on React Native or Expo applications, it is important to create focus to get in a flow. Sometimes, there are a lot of tasks to cover and very little time. To help focus on the task ahead, one way to speed up development is to use full-screen mode for iOS simulators. For example, a focused environment on my laptop screen includes zero visibility for Dock and the menu bar.
The RCTBridge required dispatch_sync to load RCTDevLoadingView has become a common occurrence when developing React Native apps with version 0.64 and 0.65.I came across a solution for this that I shared in this blog post.
I purchased a new Macbook Air based on M1 chips. My previous Macbook Pro stopped working without any reason 😭. Thus, after going through the process of setting up a new machine within seven months, I made updates to one of my most read blog posts this year:
Check it out if you are planning to buy a Macbook based on Apple Silicon chip or are curious how I set up my work machine.
Did you enjoy this issue? Yes No
Aman Mittal (@amanhimself)
Aman Mittal (@amanhimself) @amanhimself

⚛️I write about things I learn in the form of articles and tutorials on Node.js, Reactjs, React Native, and Expo.

In order to unsubscribe, click here.
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here.
Created with Revue by Twitter.