R1D8 Hello World from React Native

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I made it to the middle of Chapter 4 in Mastering React Native. The sample project is a news reader app. Things are starting to get a bit complicated but I am using my typical “fake it till you make it” approach to learning.

I was completely blown away by the debugger tools that react native offers. You are able to debug an iOS application using Chrome Developer tools which is pretty amazing.

Nothing really to show for today. It will take a few more days to get through this book and have something to show for it. I am looking forward to applying what I learn to some real world project soon.

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