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Using React Native, Ionic, and JHipster for Mobile Development

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Using React Native, Ionic, and JHipster for Mobile Development

This article shows you how to use JHipster—along with its Ionic and React Native modules—to create a health tracking application.

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There are many options when it comes to developing mobile apps; there’s Kotlin or Java for Android and Swift and Objective C for iOS. Additionally, you have Progressive Web Apps (that have the ability to work offline and look like mobile apps) and hybrid mobile apps (apps created with web technologies that look like native apps).


I’m a web developer, and I like to use the technologies I know to create apps. This screencast shows you how to use JHipster—along with its Ionic and React Native modules—to create a health tracking application.

The code created in this screencast can be found on GitHub in mraible/mobile-jhipster. If you’d like to try and re-create the apps yourself, you can follow my demo steps.

I recently delivered this screencast as a talk at AllTheTalks. You can find my presentation slides below.

Learn More About Mobile Development and JHipster

We have several blog posts and videos about mobile development JHipster - check them out!

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Topics:
ionic, jhipster, mobile developer, react native

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