We recently discovered that the AWS IoT Device SDK does not support React Native. One often mentioned solution was to use rn-nodeify, but we are using Yarn Workspaces to share dependencies between React and React Native apps and this would have really compromised that, so we went looking for something that would work for us.
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I wanted to make note of a handful of APIs that are likely to be useful when building applications with React Native. If you’ve been wondering how to save and load data, check if a device is online or offline, know if your app is in the background or active for performance reasons, using geolocation capabilities, vibrations, animations and a few more, then keep reading.
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We've been working with WebSockets for a while now and we've found the Phoenix Channel implementation to be really effective.
One thing we haven't seen discussed on a huge level is security.
I remember when I first came across lazy loading, I thought it was great, but it's so easy to end up with N+1 issues etc that it was refreshing when I realised Ecto didn't support it.
We've been introducing a few developers to Elixir recently, who haven't seen the pipeline operator before. We figured it might be useful to point them to a blog post.
If you've not seen it before take a read.