Cross-platform refers to the ability of a program or application to run on multiple platforms, such as different operating systems, hardware architectures, and mobile devices. This means that developers can write code once and deploy it across various platforms without having to rewrite or modify the code for each platform. JavaScript is well suited for cross-platform development due to its ability to run in any web browser or native application. Cross-platform development allows developers to create applications that can be used on any device or system, making them more accessible and easier to maintain.
React Summit US 2023React Summit US 2023
30 min
Journey Into the Unknown: My Adventure Unravelling the Mysteries of the Netflix TVUI Universe
At Netflix, millions of our users watch Netflix on TV Devices. How do we develop the UI for all of the different types of devices? That's exactly what I wanted to know! I'll be sharing why it's important to take on new growth opportunities, how to navigate the difficulties of learning a whole new platform at a new company, and some of the things I've learned about how we use React to bring Netflix to your TV!
TypeScript Congress 2023TypeScript Congress 2023
8 min
Replacing Shell Scripts with Cross-Platform TypeScript
Shell scripts serve a useful purpose, but they have some downsides. What if we could overcome these issues and make our scripts more powerful by utilizing familiar cross-platform TypeScript? In this talk, we'll discuss why you should switch your shell scripts to TypeScript and demonstrate a possible approach.
React Summit 2023React Summit 2023
10 min
Go From Zero To Hero: Be Cross-Platform Devs With React Native
We know if we have the fundamental of JavaScript and React knowledge, we can build cross-platform apps. But how many of you have tried out? Learning once and shipping for several operating systems sounds so cool. Don’t you want to experience how it’s easy to transfer your JS & React knowledge and powerful built-in APIs to extend your dev skills? In this talk, we’ll see some facts from a developer perspective and a few examples of how you can transfer your JS & React knowledge.
React Summit 2023React Summit 2023
8 min
Using PKCE to Communicate Between React and Native Mobile SDKs
It’s important to have a frictionless, secure, and performant authentication system for any app, be it web or mobile. In this lightning talk, Itai Hanski covers the importance of authentication and how the Descope team used PKCE to communicate between their React web app and native mobile SDKs.
React Summit 2022React Summit 2022
7 min
How to Share Code between React Web App and React Native Mobile App in Monorepo
Usually creating web and mobile apps require different tech stacks, and it is pretty hard to share code. This talk will show how I added a React web app and a React Native mobile app in the same monorepo using Nx, and how I optimized codeshare between react web app and react native mobile app.
React Summit 2022React Summit 2022
22 min
React Native Everywhere
Developing for each platform individually is so 2010s. These days, with React Native’s component system providing base-level UI constructs, we can efficiently develop for every platform while not sacrificing any particular platform’s uniqueness. Taz will review the approach they’ve taken while developing Guild, and the creation of their Mondrian cross-platform responsive design system as well as how they’ve accommodated the differences in navigational experiences across platforms to accomplish a codebase that can be 95+% shared across every platform.
React Advanced Conference 2021React Advanced Conference 2021
21 min
Building Cross-Platform Component Libraries for Web and Native with React
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Building products for multiple platforms such as web and mobile often requires separate code-based despite most of the components being identical in look and feel. Is there a way where we could use shared React component library on different platforms and save time? In this presentation I'll demonstrate one way to build truly cross-platform component library with a unique approach of using React & React Native in combination.
React Summit Remote Edition 2020React Summit Remote Edition 2020
12 min
Bringing Ionic (and Web Components) to React
Ionic is a framework for building fast and powerful mobile, desktop, and web apps with web technology. Traditionally, Ionic has been built on top of one framework: Angular. But recently, Ionic added support for React, and aims to bring the same great development experience to the React ecosystem. In this talk, we’ll look at how an Ionic React app works and how this changes the React ecosystem (surprise, it's because of Web Components).