re: I've released over 100 apps in React Native since 2015, Ask Me Anything! VIEW POST

re: 1 - Upgrading projects from very early versions of React Native. This has been, at times, an absolute nightmare (mainly iOS)! Especially when your ...

on #2 you said that you have to learn Obj-C.

Is is still worth it to learn Obj-C or go straight with Swift if we need to write native modules for our RN project?

I feel like it’s actually more useful to learn objc if the purpose is purely for react native. The reason I say this is a lot of the big native modules for rn are written in it, rarely came across swift implementations.

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