Dive Into React Native Paper UI Kit
In the third episode of The React Native Show podcast our host, Mike Grabowski and his guest, the lead engineer to React Native Paper, Dawid Urbaniak, are talking about one of our open source projects – React Native Paper UI kit.
The basics of React Native Paper
No matter if you already know Paper and use it on a daily basis or you’ve never heard about it before – the podcast explains everything from scratch.
In the first part of the talk, Mike and Dawid address the following questions:
- What is React Native Paper?
- What are the key features of the library?
- How different is it from the other libraries on the market (Native Base or React Native Elements)?
Then they dive into details of the library. In the second part, they are discussing animations - how the team approached animations to make them native-like.
Turbo Modules and Fabric
In the next part of the episode, Dawid is talking about the opportunities of the upcoming re-architecture of React Native:
- What opportunities will Turbo Modules and Fabric bring in terms of performance?
- Are they likely to make animations even smoother?
- How can Turbo Modules and Fabric help developers?
In the last part, Mike and Dawid are discussing the features that make the library so unique and popular. Finally, they reveal some plans for the future development of the kit.
Learn more about React Native Paper UI Kit
React Native Paper is already helping thousands of developers in their work. With over 7100 stars on GitHub, 1100 forks and 3,100,000 downloads since its launch, it’s one of the most popular collections of customizable and production-ready components for React Native on the market, which makes us really proud of it.
Episode #3 is a great chance to get to know Paper and find out how it can make your work easier. The episode also gives a sneak peek into React Native Paper future. Keep up with the latest updates in Paper on GitHub and check how your business can benefit from React Native Paper.
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