A New React Native Command:- The Doctor The React community has recently launched a new command – React Native Doctor. The React Doctor is invented not to help you with starting off but, also to aid troubleshooting issues and automatically fixing errors. The React doctor will immediately tell the issues that you are facing within your development environment and give you the option to automatically fix it. If not fixed, the message is displayed with a relevant solution link to manually fix the issue.
Second Focus – Receive Better Maintenance However, polyfills were major support in the past for language features like Map and Set, which has now been removed from the React Native 0.62 Features. WebView and NetInfo have been successfully migrated to this version. The work is still in progress and you will be able to see further improvements in React Native 0.61 update.
The React Native’s Library Maintainers For changes needed in AndroidX, updation in the library is also needed, thus its important to include the support. Check your library against the jetifier and confirm whether during the build time are users able to patch your library. A fast and refreshed React Native 0.61 update had also been released. The reason behind calling it Fast refresh is the unified “live reloading” and “hot reloading” features into a single new feature “Fast Refresh”.
New Start With A Whole New Screen The possible ideas are:-1. Rich content including some icons, a grid layout with multiple buttons.2.Links to documentation, start guide and some FAQs.3.Fetching title of the latest blog post and linking as a News.
First Focus While The Update Was Made – Accessibility! New features use API underlying platforms:- 1. The additional number of accessibility roles + States and a new accessibility states API will support the web in the future.2. Earlier, accessibilityInfo. was for the iOS platform.3. A new extended accessibility action support was released. 4. An iOS accessibility flag support for the “reduce motion” has been released in React Native 0.62 upgrade.
Cocoa Pods Now Part Of React Native’s CocoaPods is a dependency manager for Swift and Objective-C Cocoa projects. It consists of more than 68 thousand libraries and is used in over 3 million apps. It is now a part of React Native’s project too.
Support to Android X Android X has come up as a major support to the Android ecosystem. Thus, native code and dependencies have been migrated over AndroidX.
User Feedback Today team has worked on the feedback and made improvements:-1. Autolinking 2. More pull requests 3. Better and much faster performance. 4. Overhauling 5. Removed existing warning. 6. New hot reloading system integrated. 7. Native modules are now Autolinked.
Conclusion These were some of the upgrades made by the community team of React Native. The latest version of React – React Native 0.62 update was released to resolve the common pain points that users faced.
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