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Learn how to build high-quality apps, one webinar at a time.

We're bringing you a series of webinars delivered by React Native experts, organized by Software Mansion and partners.

Upcoming webinar

Native for React developers

by Lydia Hallie & Evan Bacon

Do you know how React Native _really_ works? React for iOS and Android make it easier than ever before to build truly native apps using the same codebase, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy to understand. Join Lydia Hallie (JavaScript engineer) and Evan Bacon (Expo) as they explain the architecture of modern React Native apps, how it compares to web development, how the ecosystem is developing, and what makes React Native the future cross platform development.

PS. The webinar will be pre-recorded for quality reasons, but our hosts Lydia and Evan will be live chatting with the audience and will join us for a live Q&A.

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Lydia Hallie

Lydia Hallie is a full-time software engineering consultant and educator that primarily works with JavaScript, React, Node, GraphQL, and serverless technologies. She also spends her time mentoring and doing in-person training sessions.

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Lydia Hallie is a full-time software engineering consultant and educator that primarily works with JavaScript, React, Node, GraphQL, and serverless technologies. She also spends her time mentoring and doing in-person training sessions.

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Evan Bacon

Bacon is a full-time open source developer working on Expo (Web, SDK, Expo CLI, create-react-native-app) to make hyper-performant universal apps that run everywhere, and are used by incredible companies like Flexport, Pizza Hut, and Brex. He’s built over 100 NPM packages, was the all-time youngest designer at the prestigious design firm Frog Design, and is an award-winning Lego Master Builder. Besides programming Expo non-stop, Bacon enjoys making YouTube videos about Expo, tweeting about Expo, and drinking Soylent while thinking about Expo.

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Bacon is a full-time open source developer working on Expo (Web, SDK, Expo CLI, create-react-native-app) to make hyper-performant universal apps that run everywhere, and are used by incredible companies like Flexport, Pizza Hut, and Brex. He’s built over 100 NPM packages, was the all-time youngest designer at the prestigious design firm Frog Design, and is an award-winning Lego Master Builder. Besides programming Expo non-stop, Bacon enjoys making YouTube videos about Expo, tweeting about Expo, and drinking Soylent while thinking about Expo.

Tuesday, May 11 2021
7 PM CEST / 1 PM EST / 10 AM PST
45 min + Q&A

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