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|React Native by Kokaine(m): 1:54pm On Mar 01, 2020|
I am starting tutorials on react. Is it better to go straight into java for building apps or are the apps built on native react as good as those done with java?
It seems not many people work with react. My aim is to build a basic dashboard because I want to venture into microcontrollers to control house devices using android apps. I don't want to spend too much time on apps. Please what's the best way around it.
|Re: React Native by codeigniter(m): 7:36pm On Mar 01, 2020|
Nigerians seasoned programmer PHP and SQL, Java, .net frameworks and not much on js. People are just taking js seriously so you would hardly see an expert on the topic.
You want work on Iot it is nice to use react native because you still a bunch of frame works to learn. Courses on andriod are massive and it is not cross platform
Andriod Dev do nothing else and I don't think you have the same time to dedicate
If you know js and don't want to work much you use phone gap.
It is not an advice but an opinion
|Re: React Native by tollyboy5(m): 8:40pm On Mar 01, 2020|
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