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React Native January 2019 (v0.58.x) released

v0.58.0 on GitHub (npm) Changelog Welcome to the January 2019 release of React Native. There are a number of significant changes in this version, and we'd like to especially call your attention to: Modernizing and stengthening flow types for core components Break changes to ScrollView, CameraRollView, and SwipeableRow that make it no longer bound to the component instance in certain methods Support for mutual TLS in WebKit Asset serving from directories besides /assets Numerous crash fixes and resolutions
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React Native September 2018 (v0.57.0) released

v0.57.0 on GitHub (npm) Changelog Welcome to the 0.57 release of React Native! This release addresses a number of issues and has some exciting improvements. We again skipped a monthly release, focused on quality by extending the release candidate phase, and let some upstream packages reach stable for inclusion. This release includes 599 commits by 73 different contributors! In response to feedback, we've prepared a changelog that contains only user-impacting changes. Please share your input and let
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Tweet from @ReactJS

@reactjs: We're working on a large-scale rearchitecture of React Native to make it more flexible and integrate better with native infrastructure in hybrid JavaScript/native apps. https://t.co/mXrtxHdAQL
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React Native June 2018 (v0.56.0) released

v0.56.0 on GitHub (npm) Changelog As you'll see in a second, this new version has some important breaking changes that required a lot of extra efforts to bring to a stable 0.56. This was the main reason behind skipping June from the monthly release cycle, but looking forward we are planning on going back to do a rollout every month. Highlights React Native now uses Babel 7. When upgrading to 0.56, make sure to bump your
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React Native DOM

Don't get this wrong, react-native-web is alive and well. It is also the safest bet right now for achieving React Native on the Web. At React Europe last week though, we were lucky to hear from Vincent Riemer talking about his experimental, comprehensive port of React Native to the web. What Vincent focused on was to uniform the development process and the tools between Mobile and Web platforms. He ended up filling the gaps between the two with Yoga (cross-platform
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React Native March 2018 (v0.55.0) released

v0.55.0 on GitHub (npm) Changelog Here are a few highlights: React Native is now using the MIT license Android TV device support Animated tracking with native driver - check out the silky smooth framerate Lots of Flow improvements Bugfixes Added: new features Added support for animated tracking to native driver. Now you can use useNativeDriver flag with animations that track other Animated.Values (b48f7e5 by @kmagiera) There's a new UTFSequence module in the library for common Unicode sequences
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React Native added support for Android TV devices

Android TV is the latest to be added to the long list of supported platforms by React Native. Until now, it contained: macOS, Ubuntu, Universal Windows Platform (UWP), Apple TV, and of course, iOS and Android. Commits (master) b7bb2e5 Add support for Android TV devices
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