Detox is an end to end testing library for React Native app that enable to interact just like real user, and test based on what we write on the script. In short, automation testing.
In this post, I will cover all required setup from the scratch in a React Native project for Android.
I’ve assumed you already know React Native before, especially about environment and emulator setup. So, I will skip those steps.
In this demo, we will be using
react-native cli. Run these commands to create and run a new React Native project.
$ npx react-native init demo-detox
Since COVID-19 pandemic, most of us enter the Work From Home (WFH) period to get productive while living in pandemic era. Today, I want to share my experience of WFH and how my life got much better than before. Better here means I feel more productive, healthier, and living a cost-less life.
Good to note that I’ve been starting doing this only from early July, the first half of my WFH period routine is very ugly, and these ugliness made me aware I need a big change in my life.
First, let’s start from how I can be more…
Hello, this will be my first time to post about React Native. There’s already a lot of guide about this, but there might be some changes in some part of android’s environment and stuff. While it’s still fresh in my mind, I decided to share about how to do it in the simplest way. Let’s just get started!
Let’s start from, why we need to track our personal finance? There are so many benefits of doing it, like controlling your expenses and stick to your budget, evaluating your financial issues if you have one, plan your finance for the future, and knowing where your money goes will give you a peace of mind.
Then, why Notion? I’ve been making a financial note since 2016, from Notepad to MS.Word, Spreadsheet, and now Notion. I’ve also been using a productivity apps like Good Notes, One Notes, and Evernote, but Notion is still my main choice. Notion is the best all-around…