How Instagram app’d look on Apples’ new VisionOS
This is a new just a fun project. My imagination of how Instagram app’d look on Apples’ new VisionOS.
Note: Make sure you have completed the React Native – Environment Setup instructions till “Creating a new application” step, before proceeding.
To start Metro, run the following command from the root of your React Native project:
Let Metro Bundler run in its own terminal. Open a new terminal from the root of your React Native project. Run the following command to start your Android or iOS app:
If everything is set up correctly, you should see your new app running in your Android Emulator or iOS Simulator shortly provided you have set up your emulator/simulator correctly.
This is one way to run your app — you can also run it directly from within Android Studio and Xcode respectively.
Now that you have successfully run the app, let’s modify it.
App.tsxin your text editor of choice and edit some lines.
For Android: Press the
Rkey twice or select “Reload” from the Developer Menu (
M(on Window and Linux) or
M(on macOS)) to see your changes!
For iOS: Hit
Rin your iOS Simulator to reload the app and see your changes!
You’ve successfully run and modified your React Native App. 🥳
- If you want to add this new React Native code to an existing application, check out the Integration guide.
- If you’re curious to learn more about React Native, check out the Introduction to React Native.
If you can’t get this to work, see the Troubleshooting page.
To learn more about React Native, take a look at the following resources:
- React Native Website – learn more about React Native.
- Getting Started – an overview of React Native and how setup your environment.
- Learn the Basics – a guided tour of the React Native basics.
- Blog – read the latest official React Native Blog posts.
@facebook/react-native– the Open Source; GitHub repository for React Native.
- Reactjs Books – The Best React Books for Beginners of 2023.