What is wrong with react natives official documentation? I think what many mess up(me included) is to look at the wrong version of the documentation. I guess that could be a little bit more obvious.
edir: oh, typescript! Yeah, that is a little bit more troublesome; https://facebook.github.io/react-native/blog/2018/05/07/usin...
If you already know React/Redux/etc, perhaps.
Else "Ready to go" after reading about several concepts, libraries, and systems and getting how the work together, what performance pitfalls they have, etc...
I guess I’m asking; what other solution have you found that solves everything for you?
You can bring in libraries of course, but even for a large iOS project it's unlikely (and probably unnecessary) to have more than a handful.
It was from someone familiar with GUI programming, who wants to try doing it in React Native and suddenly finds tons of new concepts to keep in mind (compared to common native GUI frameworks/libs).
So appending '--typescript' is troublesome and not obvious? Like this?
react-native init AppName --typescript
That's it. I never knew in 2019 that adding an extra flag would be 'troublesome'. The description of your installation of a React Native and TypeScript project in 2018+ is greatly exaggerated.
Is the flag generating a project that works without anymore tweaking/setting up? If so, my reference to the blog is not accurate.
Also, a better reply would be “oh that article is not accurate anymore, now everything is setup for you I’d you add this flag!”