React Native at Microsoft | The React Native Show Ep.16

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In this React Native Show Podcast episode, our host Łukasz Chludziński (https://twitter.com/loginlukasza) and his guest, Lorenzo Sciandra, Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft (https://twitter.com/Kelset), discuss how React Native is used and developed at Microsoft. You’ll discover: - how Lorenzo started working with React Native, - what he does at Microsoft, and - what he worked on last week. Łukasz and Lorenzo dive deep into the main topic of this episode – React Native at Microsoft. You’ll find out: - how was React Native introduced to Microsoft, - what Microsoft apps (either brownfield or greenfield) use React Native, - how the apps are built. You can find more details about Microsoft monorepo in the talk at the React Native EU 2021 conference – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAEnPV78rQc The next topic on the agenda is React Native platforms. Engineers at Microsoft maintain one out-of-tree platform, React Native Windows, and fork, React Native MacOS. Discover: - the difference in approach to maintenance between the out-of-tree platform and the fork, - how the new architecture will impact React Native Windows - how many developers write apps in React Native Windows, and what open-source libraries do they use. When it comes to developer experience tools used at Microsoft, Lorenzo mentions extra tooling and libraries, for example, extra plugins for Metro, or open-source libraries, such as React Native Test App (https://github.com/microsoft/react-native-test-app), Fluent UI (https://github.com/microsoft/fluentui), or RNX Kit (https://github.com/microsoft/rnx-kit). The next topic mentioned in the episode concerns how the administration of React Native works. Lorenzo shares his insights on what the process between Microsoft, Meta, and the community regarding maintaining React Native looks like in general. The last topic mentioned in the discussion is the current trends in React Native development, for example, new React Native architecture. You can listen to Lorenzo’s talk about the new architecture he delivered at the React Native Wroclaw Meetup here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdQHzjV90ow Check out our articles on React Native Windows: https://www.callstack.com/blog-category/react-native-windows?utm_campaign=Podcast&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_content=react_native_microsoft_description_link Discover how we can help your company: https://www.callstack.com/services?utm_campaign=Podcast&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_content=react_native_microsoft_description_link Check out other episodes of our podcast: https://www.callstack.com/podcast-react-native-show?utm_campaign=Podcast&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_content=react_native_microsoft_description_link Do you want to work with us? We’re looking for Senior React Native developers! Check out the details and apply here: https://www.callstack.com/senior-react-native-developer?utm_campaign=Podcast&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_content=react_native_microsoft_description_link Follow us on Twitter to stay up to date with upcoming episodes: https://twitter.com/callstackio Enjoy!

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