Strongly Typed Apps
What you'll learn
- React Native
- A basic understanding of TypeScript
- A basic understanding of GraphQL
- A basic understanding of React
Here is why you should join:
Everything I cover is up-to-date and relevant to today's developer industry.
Along with the course, I wrote an extensive guide to getting started with mobile app development on my website.
How long is this course?
The entire course is self-paced, and should take about one week to complete.
At the end of each week you'll have a new skill in your toolbox for building full-stack mobile apps.
What are the prerequisites for this course?
The course does not teach you how to program from scratch. We delve into intermediate/advanced code, for example, building a GraphQL server with Node and using Hooks with React.
While you don't have to be a React Native expert, it is good if you have, for example, gone through a basic React Native tutorial beforehand.
Why did you choose [X] technology?
We picked the technologies for this course based on our experience, how well these technologies work together, and their use in numerous production applications today. With that being said, we stress the important patterns and concepts we think one needs to know to help build whatever React Native application one might have in mind. There's a lot of information you'll learn from this course to help get you where you want to go.
Who this course is for:
Michael is a Full Stack Software Engineer at CLEAR in New York City. Developing apps has become one of his creative avenues, with a focus on front-end design. When he’s not making apps and exploring the city, Michael enjoys going to concerts, reading, writing, playing guitar and piano.
As a self-taught developer, Michael is thrilled to be recording new digital content for Udemy's online community.