react native-tutorial

React Native Environment Setups

Facebook, Inc. developed the open-source UI software framework known as React Native. It enables developers to use the React framework along with native platform features to create applications for Android, Android TV, iOS, macOS, tvOS, Web, Windows, and UWP. the Wikipedia

Download the necessary software from the links provided so that installing it one at a time will be a simple step-by-step process.

  • Download latest version of Node: Download
  • Download Java if not preinstalled on the system: Download
  • Download Android Studio: Download

Start now and carefully follow all the instructions to avoid making mistakes.

Install Node

Download the latest version of node and install it. Open the exe file and follow the steps shown in the installation wizard.

Once the installation is finished check if it successfully installed or not by running following command in cmd.

node --version

If you see the version as it is shown in the picture then node is installed successfully. CONGO. Still long way to go….

Install Android Studio

Download the android studio setup exe from the above link and install it as follows. Download the exe file from here link given above.

Don’t change any components setting let it be default and click next. if Android Virtual Device is not selected then select it.

Let the installation finish and You have successfully installed the Android studio. Select Start android studio and click on finished.

Click Next

  • Select standard installation type and click next.
  • Download Emulator and SDK
  • Verify the installation directory and click on finish
  • It will download and install all the required sdk’s.

Installing SDK

After the Android Studio is started Click on More Action -> SDK Manager\

Check Android 10.0(Q) or whichever version of android you want the app to be compatible with. Android has backward compatibility that means the app will work on the older version of android look for android docs for more details. Choose SDK Tool tab and see if the following components are installed some tools may differ depending on the system. Important one is the Android Emulator. After this click on Apply and Accept all the licenses and let the installation finish

Install an Android Emulator

Click on the AVD Manager to install a Virtual Android Emulator, and then click on Create Virtual Device. On the next screen, select the device you want to install. You can choose any.

On the next screen, select the SDK you installed in the previous step. Verify the details if you want to change the name you can do that as well after verifying click on finish and let the download and installation finish. It might take some time depending on the speed of the internet.

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