Showing posts from February, 2016

Build React Native App (4) - Redux, Jest, and NativeBase

From this blog, typescript feature will be added. There are couple of ways to implement static type checking like; flow from facebook, PropTypes and Typescript.Typescript is well integrated with Visual Studio Code and supports better linter, error messages, and intellisense.Reference siteGithub Sample Ex4Currnet versionD:\GitRepo\reactnative>npm --version 6.3.0 D:\GitRepo\reactnative>react-native --version react-native-cli: 2.0.1 react-native: n/a - not inside a React Native project directory D:\GitRepo\reactnative>yarn --version 1.9.4 Creating React Native App$ react-native init ex4 If you want to specify the version, add "--version 0.57.3" at the end.Add NativeBase to React Native$ npm install native-base --save ... + native-base@2.8.1 added 71 packages from 42 contributors, removed 50 packages, updated 829 packages and audited 34989 packages in 138.542s found 0 vulnerabilities $ $ yarn yarn install v1.9.4 warning package-lock.json found. Your project contains l…

Using GIT(Bitbucket), Visual Studio Code

Concept of Git Git has two repositories; local and remote. Two different commands type to commit the changes; 1. commit/add: load/save changes to the local repository. 2. push/pull/clone: load/save changes from/to remote repository.
How to setup remote git server , bitbucket, with Visual Studio Code To use git, I downloaded it from [git-scm](““) and installed with bash mode to keep the comparability for different platform.
Set up remote repository *
Create project from bitbucket. In this case, I created “blogmarkdown”.Remember the URL for the git repository. To find out the repository, just add “.git” at the end of the URL from bitbucket. For me, it will be “”Link the remote with local folder *

Create local folder. In my case, I created d:\gitrepoInitialize git local repo. Change the folder to the gitrepo and run git initIf there are existing files from a remote git repository, adding remote site. Run g…