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This post is about my learning on performance techniques used to make Uber mobile web using React as fast as possible.
Reading through open source projects is a great way to learn a new library or framework. This can show you what tutorials and documentation can’t: how things work and fit together in practice.
Last time, we discussed getting started with React Native development on Windows (for Android). I know, the title was a bit of a tease when all you could really do was develop Android applications, but the good news is that you can now develop React Native Windows applications! Luckily, setting up for Windows development is much less complicated, though the download steps can be somewhat time consuming. Let’s get started!
In Part 6, we connected our lists directly to Redux, set up basic editing for the UnitInfo form, and added the ability to toggle "editing" mode for a selected Pilot. This time, we'll look at some advanced techniques for managing form change events, implement editing for model entries, and use a custom reducer structure to handle feature logic.