React Native School Roadmap

Find out what we're working on and what we plan to do next.

Last updated April 18, 2022.

A quick overview of what's in progress and what's on the horizon at React Native School.

Content Audit

Every 6 months - 1 year we go through and audit our courses. Making sure they're up to date, working well, and using the latest technologies (if possible). If they're not using the latest technologies we make a note of that - they can still be used but won't be using the latest versions.

Courses to be audited:

  1. Understanding Context Completed February 14, 2022
  2. How to Set up a New React Native Project Deprecated
  3. How to Debug React Native Apps in Development and Production
  4. Build Offline Capable React Native Apps Completed February 28, 2022
  5. Publishing a React Native App to the App Store Completed April 4, 2022
  6. Uploading Images in React Native Completed March 2, 2022
  7. Building an API With Next.js API Routes, Apollo Server, MongoDB, and Mongoose Completed April 11, 2022
  8. Building and Validating Forms with Formik & Yup Completed March 8, 2022
  9. Building a Component Library with Storybook Completed March 8, 2022
  10. Over-the-Air Updates with CodePush Completed April 5, 2022
  11. Test React Native Apps with React Native Testing Library Completed February 22, 2022
  12. Build a Chat App with React Native and Firebase Completed April 8, 2022
  13. Localization: How to Support Multiple Languages Completed March 8, 2022
  14. Deep Linking with React Navigation v5 Completed March 14, 2022
  15. Master React Navigation V5 Completed March 8, 2022
  16. Push Notifications with React Native Firebase Completed April 13, 2022
  17. React Native Basics Completed April 18, 2022
  18. React Native Fundamentals Workshop Completed on March 14, 2022
  19. Build an E-Commerce App with React Native and Stripe Completed April 20, 2022

New Tutorial(s)

New content has been lacking at React Native School. I won't argue with that. It's a combination between feeling that React Native School has enough, particularly of courses, and being burnt out on writing/recording about React Native. I've needed some variety.

That said I'm actively working to get back into a habit of writing about React Native again.

  • Wordle Series (in progress, first published)
  • Exploring different state management solutions

Questions/comments/concerns? Email me I'd love to hear if there's something in particular you'd like to see.