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Why has a swing trader lost money? Why do they lose more than they make? The answers are many. This session, we’ll walk you through the basics of stock investing and how to think about this stuff intelligently.

Join us for the final segment of the session here:

In the first part of this post we looked at the design process for React Native in more detail. In this part we’ll look at how we go about producing the final asset for React Native.

As far as I know, there isn’t anything in the React Native toolbelt which can automatically generate the assets needed to generate the HTML file and CSS file for React Native.

I will explain why I did this (and in the future will write about other frameworks). I decided to write this post because I think it’s important for anyone who’s interested in working with react-native-app-wrapper, the framework I use. As of July 2016 the project has over 5m stars on Github, so a community-driven approach would work well.

The source code for the final asset is at where I have compiled a React Native component into plain CSS to make it easier to reuse. You can see that HTML in the example below.

When I started this project, I was using the standard React Native development tools so the only component I needed to know was the render() function. I also used a very simple app which only contained an Android App component.

The core idea of the app is to create a series of tabs with the following structure:

Menu Menu Bar

There’s also a few other UI components like tabs for the main menu, the sub menu, the list to sort the things, a navigation bar for the app, options for the sub menu etc.

The React Native toolbelt’s build tools were limited to producing React Native components while only generating the CSS and JS files. It would be nice if the UI code in the React Native toolbelt matched the component code.

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For this reason, I decided I didn’t want to use React’s existing build tools like Browserify or WebPack so the source code to build React Native apps would have to be written in Javascript.

I found this simple script at CodePen:

import React from ‘react’; function render() { return (

Hello World!

); } React.render(