A React Native Retrospective

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I recently tweeted about us removing the final React Native code from our codebase at Udacity.

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removed React Native from our codebase… – decreased apk size 35% 👍- decreased build time ~20% 👍- decreased number of languages required to fully understand/work on the project 👍probably my favorite PR merge in a while 😃

As a result of the responses to that tweet, I decided to write a retrospective on our usage of React Native on the mobile-engineering team at Udacity.

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Bundling React Native during Android release builds

Originally posted on Medium I’ve spent some time recently incorporating React Native components into our existing app This comes with the extra requirement of release builds requiring the creation of the bundle file I would have expected this to be a straightforward, well documented workflow, but was unfortunately a bit disappointed. It took a bit…

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