Android And IOS Development

There are two dominant platforms in the modern smartphone market. One is the iOS platform from Apple Inc. The iOS platform is the operating system that powers Apple's popular line of iPhone smartphones. The second is Android from Google. The Android operating system is used not only by Google devices but also by many other OEMs to built their own smartphones and other smart devices. Although there are some similarities between these two platforms when building applications, developing for iOS vs developing for Android involves using different software development kits (SDKs) and different development toolchain. While Apple uses iOS exclusively for its own devices, Google makes Android available to other companies provided they meet specific requirements such as including certain Google applications on the devices they ship. Developers can build apps for hundreds of millions of devices by targeting both of these platforms

Alternatives for Building Mobile Apps

  • Native Mobile Applications
  • Cross-Platform Native Mobile Applications
  • Hybrid Mobile Applications
  • Progressive Web Applications

Cycle for Mobile development Mobile Application

Develop -> Test -> Release -> Monitor -> Analyse -> Develop

Cloud Backup

Develop ->Analyse -> Monitor -> Deploy -> Test -> Develop 

React Native Basics:

  • Setup and Installations
  • Props
  • State
  • Style
  • Flex-box
  • Inputs ( handling data )
  • Touches
  • ScrollView
  • Lists

Elements

  • React-Native-Elements
  • Navigations

Data Management

  • Component State
  • Redux
  • Firebase

Advance

  • Debugging
  • AsyncStorage
  • Animations
  • Gestures
  • Create/Release

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