Issue #64

Hello Readers,

Chain React 2018 is in the books! (And soon, up on YouTube ). If you missed it, there's a few posts about it in this newsletter and the video will be available in a few weeks, so hopefully by Issue #65. 🤞

This issue has many posts and highlights as well as a new React Native version! 
One of the modules has been around awhile, react-native-video, but it's included again because I had the opportunity to talk with its new maintainer, Hampton Maxwell, who's done some major upgrades since taking it over. If you need to add video to your app or want to play with a cool module give it a try or, better yet, become a contributor to the library - PRs are very welcome!

P.S. I was glad to meet so many fans of the newsletter and React Native and to hear how much they enjoy it, especially one of our speakers, Ori Harel from Capriza, who told me his team stops and reads the newsletter as soon as it comes out So enjoy this one Ori and all our subscribers!
Executive Editor,
Frank von Hoven at Infinite Red

Chain React Day 1

Komodo provides the tl;dr of day 1 at Chain React Conf 2018!

Controlling Smart homes with React Native workshop at Chain React Conference

How to control IoT devices with wi-fi and Bluetooth - as featured in the advanced workshop at Chain React Conf 2018!

Configure TypeScript, TSLint, and Prettier in VS Code for React Native Development

Get up and running in no time with this post on how to integrate TypeScript, TSLint, and Prettier into your project and make your coding easier, cleaner, and faster.

Ignite 2 — The shortcut for new React Native projects

Summary of what's going to be available in V2 of Ignite and the diffs from V1!

Record and Upload Videos with React Native

Straightforward walk-thru of how to record video on device and upload it to a server.

React Native Navigation V2 is Here!

Step by step guide on how to upgrade or start using V2 of react-native-navigation in your project.

Chain React Day #2

Komodo summarizes the talks and topics of day 2 at Chain React Conf 2018!

Find React Jobs Through Vettery

Vettery specializes in developer roles and is completely free for job seekers. Interested? Submit your profile, and if accepted onto the platform, you can receive interview requests directly from top companies growing their dev teams. React developers can get 5+ interview requests during their first week! 

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Shout out to all my peeps who took photos with me at Chain React 2018!
Robert DeLuca
Kenza Iraki
Thorben Primke
Michael Schneider
Vivian Qu
Michaela Lehr
and more...

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