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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 July 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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React Native February 2018 (v0.54.0) released

v0.54.0 on GitHub (npm) Welcome to the February 2018 release of React Native! This release includes work done by the React Native team and the community in January, and there are some big changes here after the holidays. Thanks for 270 commits from 87 contributors, you all are great! Here are a few highlights from the release: Long awaited Blob changes: upload, download, fetch locally, and more Sticky headers now work on inverted Lists Update to the newest
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React Native now has MIT Licence

Clear the whiteboards as your last impediment has gone! React Native and its dependencies (Fresco, Metro, and Yoga) have been granted MIT Licence. @reactjs We're relicensing React Native (including Fresco, Metro, and Yoga) under the MIT license to match React. Commits (master) 1490ab1 Update license headers for MIT license 26684cf Update to MIT license
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React Native January 2018 (v0.53.0) released

v0.53.0 on GitHub (npm) Welcome to the January 2018 release of React Native. The CLI tools now support --port for both platforms. There was a lot of under-the-cover work done. If you would like to help us with the next release changelog, please contact @grabbou Added ✨ Keyboard events now include easing and duration (4d33080 by @sahrens) iOS exclusive additions react-native run-ios now supports the --port argument for metro (33d710e) Android exclusive additions On Android, ScrollView now takes snapToInterval
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React Native December 2017 (v0.52.0) released

v0.52.0 on GitHub (npm) This release had a lot of work around the bundler and packager, a ton of bugfixes, and updates to many of React-Native's dependencies. Lots of under-the-hood work was done as well to improve the layout engine. Happy new year! If you would like to help us with the next release changelog, please contact @grabbou New features Introducing justifyContent: space-evenly (1050e0b by @woehrl01) Debug JS in Nuclide is now an option in the dev menu
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React Native November 2017 (v0.51.0) released

v0.51.0 on GitHub (npm) Highlights New styling rules: padding(Start|End) margin(Start|End) border(Top|Bottom)(Start|End)(Width|Color) - (1ed08d3, 04a8c62, 7ed7593, 0f467a2, 1a7abcf, 1b5f8d3, 0a70c02, 64284bf, 38c2c26, 875f273) - @rsnara Partial rounded borders (4994d6a) - @rsnara Breaking changes Consider negative border radii and widths invalid (99d294b) - @rsnara Android Bugfixes Fixing bug when permission showing dialog and user go to home and re-open minimized app (ce967c6) - @RafaelMagalhaesN Fix wrong error code when location
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