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#3 React Native Performance Dos and Donts

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Aman Mittal (@amanhimself)
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👋 Hello Dev!
New week, new post.I have been occupied with some projects I’ve been working on which I think are exciting at the same time since the last letter. Hopefully, in coming weeks I’ll be able to share them with you.
One post that I did publish which I think you check out if you are planning to get into React Native development this year or have already started:
React Native Performance: Do and Don’t
Performance is a topic with major ramifications for using a framework like React Native in real-world mobile applications. Simply put, React Native is fast by default. While working on a React Native app, however, you might experience some of the performance issues. In this post, a list of suggestions is offered for optimizing performance while building a React Native app.
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Working on a new post on how to implement Apple's App store/Podcasts app like bottom tab bar with blur view effect in #ReactNative. https://t.co/jcsJt2vEFY
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Aman Mittal (@amanhimself)
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⚛️I write about things I learn in the form of articles and tutorials on Node.js, Reactjs, React Native, and Expo.

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