Learn The

Fundamentals of Building A React Native App

In this self-paced workshop you'll learn the fundamentals of React Native so you can confidently build your own apps.

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Last Updated: Mar 14th, 2022

Want to learn the fundamentals of React Native?

There's no one quick trick that will make you "good" at React Native.

You've got to put in the time, effort, and energy.

Sets and reps as they say.

Sadly, I can't help you do that...

BUT I can help you use your time more wisely.

To expose you to common tasks you'll run into when building a React

Native app for iOS and Android.

To show you how to get the most out of code examples online.

To make sure you know the fundamentals so you have to look up code online less often.

In this self-paced workshop I'll walk you through 12 unique exercises to help you build your confidence with React Native.

This class is awesome!!! I am a senior java developer (~10 years of exp) and I recently pivoted to react native due to change of job. If you want to quickly pickup really solid fundamentals to build your knowledge on, this is the course for you!

Michal Z.

What's Inside?

The React Native Fundamentals Workshop will aid in ensuring that you have the skills and knowledge to start building your own React Native app.

It covers topics like:

  • User input
  • Building custom components
  • State & props
  • Styling
  • Managing long lists
  • Working with remote APIs
  • The component lifecycle

Module 1


Amazing fundamentals workshop. I'm just starting with react native and this workshop was very helpful. The Github repo is great as well.


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I liked the course very much as well. Some exercises were easy (thank god) and some were really hard like the long lists, api and the component lifecycle ones.

Lars C.