Here is a list of 3 example React Native Router Flux for the beginner who wants to learn React Native.

1.Using React-Native-Router-Flux with Redux

“If you’re coming to React Native from a web background like me, you’re probably familiar with React-Router. While looking for solutions on handling routing in my React Native applications, I came across React-Native-Router-Flux(RNRF) as a great solution. It’s built on React Native’s ExperimentalNavigation API — a still unstable feature that you won’t have to worry about keeping your app up to date with.”

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2,React Native Router

react-native-router-flux is a routing package that allows you to:

  • Define scene transitions in one central location
  • Without having to pass navigator objects around, and allow you to
  • Call transitions anywhere in your code with a simple syntax (e.g. Actions.login({username, password}) or Actions.profile({profile}) or even Actions.profile(123) – all params will be part of this.props for given Scene component).
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3. React Native Basics: Using react-native-router-flux

“A core component of any app is navigating between different routes/screens/scenes. I’ve analyzed different navigation solutions in the past but this week I wanted to spend some time doing common routing tasks using a package I’ve used a lot lately, react-native-router-flux.
Today we’ll walk through setting up your routes, routing between scenes in a “normal” way, setting up tabs, and using a modal.”

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