[007.5] React Native Weekly Drip #7, and Exercise: Settings Screen with Redux

Make a Settings screen and save it in a redux store.

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React Native Weekly Drip #7, and Exercise: Settings Screen with Redux [01.14.2017]


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It's very common to have a Settings screen in your app.

This week exercise is to create a Settings screen for our app.

We are going to use the redux state and store the state for the users, saving information like email address and name, for example.