Build React Native WordPress App [Expo way] #15 : setup dark mode

in this chapter, we will set up dark mode for react-navigation and react-native paper, fortunately, two packages have already builtin dark mode feature but we need to Active dark mode in React navigation first, we need to import theme configuration from react-navigation and react-native paper in Navigator.js import { NavigationContainer, DefaultTheme, DarkTheme } from "@react-navigation/native"; … Continue reading Build React Native WordPress App [Expo way] #15 : setup dark mode

Build React Native WordPress App [Expo way] #12 : Categories List

  we will continue on the previous chapter that we finish on fetching categories data from WordPress API this chapter we will create a screen for display post by categories is simple to screen again we will use code from Home screen for initializing Create a new screen Create a new screen name CategoriesList.js in … Continue reading Build React Native WordPress App [Expo way] #12 : Categories List

Build React Native WordPress App [Expo way] #16 :: manually and automatic change theme

in this chapter, we will continue from the previous chapter that we successfully set up dark mode but not at all compatible react native htmlview not auto change dark mode that required do manually this chapter we separate post item to individual component and add custom style from react-native paper for switch dark and light … Continue reading Build React Native WordPress App [Expo way] #16 :: manually and automatic change theme

Build React Native WordPress App [Expo way] #11 : Categories Screen

This series intends to show how I build an app to serve content from my WordPress blog by using react-native. Since we successfully build an app on the React Native CLI path., for the next step, we try to develop this app again but using Expo. We will discover the Expo ecosystem that makes our … Continue reading Build React Native WordPress App [Expo way] #11 : Categories Screen

Build React Native WordPress App [Expo way] #10 : Remove and Render bookmark

  Here, we are going to implement the removing of the bookmark from the articles. This case is simpler than saving the bookmarks. Here, we are going to define a function called¬†removeBookMark. For that, we need to use the code from the following code snippet: removeBookMark = async post_id => { this.setState({ bookmark: false }); … Continue reading Build React Native WordPress App [Expo way] #10 : Remove and Render bookmark

Build React Native WordPress App [Expo way] #8 : Share

This series intends to show how I build an app to serve content from my WordPress blog by using react-native. Since we successfully build an app on the React Native CLI path., for the next step, we try to develop this app again but using Expo. We will discover the Expo ecosystem that makes our … Continue reading Build React Native WordPress App [Expo way] #8 : Share

Build React Native WordPress App [Expo way] #6 : image and content placeholder

This series intends to show how I build an app to serve content from my WordPress blog by using react-native. Since we successfully build an app on the React Native CLI path., for the next step, we try to develop this app again but using Expo. We will discover the Expo ecosystem that makes our … Continue reading Build React Native WordPress App [Expo way] #6 : image and content placeholder

Build React Native WordPress App [Expo way] #5 : Pull To Refresh and Infinite scroll

This series intends to show how I build an app to serve content from my WordPress blog by using react-native. Since we successfully build an app on the React Native CLI path., for the next step, we try to develop this app again but using Expo. We will discover the Expo ecosystem that makes our … Continue reading Build React Native WordPress App [Expo way] #5 : Pull To Refresh and Infinite scroll

Build React Native WordPress App [Expo way] #4 : Home Screen

This series intends to show how I build an app to serve content from my WordPress blog by using react-native. Since we successfully build an app on the React Native CLI path., for the next step, we try to develop this app again but using Expo. We will discover the Expo ecosystem that makes our … Continue reading Build React Native WordPress App [Expo way] #4 : Home Screen