[001.5] React Native Weekly Drip #1, and Exercise: Actions and Listeners

Create simple actions with buttons, and show some text as a result of user action.

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React Native Weekly Drip #1, and Exercise: Actions and Listeners [11.17.2016]

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This week we learned how to create a simple app and interact with this and also how to style the components.Let's practice that!

You should create a one-screen simple app to check if a number is odd or not.

Here a basic specification:

  • One TextInput and one button.
  • Type a number in the Input
  • Once you press the button, the result should appear in the screen saying if the number is odd/even.
  • If you're using React Native 0.37+ version, you can use the new Button component. Read more here