Build Real-World React Native App #5: Single Post Screen and Bookmark
We have already implemented the Home screen in which the posts are shown in list format. Now, what happens when we tap on a post from the screen? Until now, nothing will happen. But, now we are going to create a screen that will display the details of the post. This screen will be called […]
Build Real-World React Native App #4 : Content Placeholder
Placeholders are an essential addition to the overall UI of any app. They enable us to show the temporary image or text until the actual data loads. Using them, users can know that the content is yet to load in the section placeholders are shown.
Node.js Lesson 11: Echo Server
Today we are going to learn about Echo Servers. We will go through what are they and how to build them. We will also use this little project to learn about the status code and header of an HTTP request. Let's start.
Build Real-World React Native App #3: Home Screen With React Native Paper
In this chapter, we are going to implement the overall UI for the Home Screen in the Home.js file. Here, we are going to simply fetch data from the WordPress API and display the data on the Home screen as FlatList.
Automated Postgresql Backups with NodeJS and Bash
The database is the holy grail of your application, but, given the unpredictable nature of software, you should always be prepared for the possibility of media, hardware and software failures. If any of these failures occurs, the main objective should be to ensure the database is back up and running as fast as possible while minimizing user disruption and simultaneously ensuring there is no data loss.
Build Real-world React Native App #2: React navigation and React native vector icons
In this chapter, we use React navigation version 5 for bootstrap app navigation and create a blank screen to show how it works finally we setup react native vector icons for add icon to tabs.
Getting started with Next.js
Next.js is a React framework that allows you to build both client and server-side apps. It ships with handy features such as routing, static exporting, server rendering, internationalization.
Node.js Lesson 10: Nodejs as a Web Server
We going to learn how to create a web server using the HTTP module. We will learn more about this module and use our knowledge about EventEmitter from the previous lesson. We will also see how to serve an HTML file from the webserver we created. Let's start.
Building Mobile Apps With Vue3 and Ionic
Ionic is an open-source UI framework and toolkit that helps developers build highly efficient and performant apps for native iOS, Android, and the web (PWA). On October 15th, 2020, the Ionic team announced the official release of Ionic-vue, a new way of building applications using the two technologies you already love: Ionic and Vuejs.
Build Real-world React Native App #1: Splash screen and App Icon
In the first step, we are going to implement the Splash Screen using the latest version of React Native and plugins. Major steps in this tutorial are going to take place in Xcode as we need to configure the iOS part of the app for displaying the Splash Screen.
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