Exploring React Native Together
RNR 185 - Navigation with Graham Mendick
In this episode, the hosts talk with Graham Mendick about his navigation library, which combines the best features of native navigation with React Native. We also talk about how it’s tough to get mindshare among developers these days for new libraries.
RNR 184 - Ignite Flame: The Most Popular React Native Boilerplate
Harris and Jamon talk about the newly released Ignite, code-named “Ignite Flame," the latest version of the most popular React Native project boilerplate. They discuss what it is, what changes in Flame, and what the motivation for the rewrite was.
RNR 183 - Debugging Techniques
The panel explores debugging: general debugging techniques, tools, and types of bugs you might encounter along the way. There might even be a Jamon tractor story or two..
RNR 182 - React Native on the Web with Simon Sturmer
Simon Sturmer (ex-Facebook, Google) joins the panel to talk about React Native Web. Why use RN on the web? What advantages and what pain points are there? And a bonus side rant about Android!
RNR 181 - React Native Nigeria with Oluwatobi Shokunbi
In this episode, the hosts interview Oluwatobi Shokunbi, an avid software engineer from Nigeria, and the founder/organizer of React Native Nigeria. We talk to him about his journey as a developer, the forming of React Native Nigeria, and the emergence of the Nigerian developer scene
RNR 180 - Testing Strategies, Tools, and Frameworks
In this episode, the React Native Radio hosts discuss testing -- what testing strategies are popular, what frameworks they’ve used, and how TypeScript fits into it all.
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Great coverage of the latest in React Native
Excellent podcast for keeping up to date with React Native and hear how people are using it. I’m enjoying the discussion format and the interesting guests they’ve had on. A very well-run show.
Wake up call for new owners
The new owners have taken a fantastic podcast and broken it! Hopefully they can turn it around, but with their current path they would have been better off taking starting a new podcast and grown their audience rather than buying an existing podcast and alienating the existing listeners. Gone are the great guests talking about great things people are doing with RN, replaced with members of the owner’s company talking about entry level stuff. It’s not massively bad, but compared to the content they’ve replaced, it’s a big loss.