Thanks for answering! This is the output I gent when I run npm install:
firstname.lastname@example.org postinstall /Users/luan/SpiderOak Hive/workspace/react-native-renderer
├── es6-shim (ambient)
├── jasmine (ambient)
├── node (ambient)
└── react-native (ambient)
Also, when I list all the dependencies intalled
**installed (through "npm ls --depth=0"), this is what I see:
email@example.com /Users/luan/SpiderOak Hive/workspace/react-native-renderer
Something similar happened to me. Even though I was using the latest version of node in the current terminal when it opens a new window it was getting an earlier version. This happened because nvm was using an earlier version of node by default.
So, make sure you have your default node set as the latest one. You can use this command "nvm alias default node"
Don’t know if is the same issue but it might help :)
For my large company, I'm attempting to determine which of many mobile hybrid technologies we want to use going forward.
Currently, we use Sencha/Ext for our front end. We package with Cordova/PhoneGap to iPhone and android phones, with a MobileFirst back end to handle sessions, and auto-updates.
We'd like to replace at least the cordova and sencha part of our technology stack.
My question: Is it possible or even wise to use simple angular with react-native-renderer to create hybrid mobile applications?
@byronaltice First of all congratulations that you have a large company. Now to get to my two cents snippet back to you.
After the dark ages of web development with just vanilla js, css and HTML, I was transitioned into the new age of web dev, with angular a couple of years ago. Fell in love and was wowed by angularjs, and as thus been a long time proponent; but I am very adaptable to change and so I haven't missed wind of React and Vue. All that was to set some background context.
11 months ago I got employed by a certain company which was transitioning from Vaadin to React for its frontend stack. I had never before worked with React till then. Of course I was afraid of the inculcation into React from Angular, but here I am 11 months later on. So over the 11 months I've got to work with React for the web, and also React Native (RN) building a mobile app for the company from start to deployment to prod.
So,quoting you, "...wise ... ?"
Answer: in my opinion, yes it's possible as the repo has shown, but is it wise? Currently, NO, it is not wise or preferred.
From my experience of trying it is novel, but not stable, and the development experience is terrible - far from the wonderful experience of just building with RN only or NS only.
Either go with RN only, or NS only. Go ahead and ditch Cordova if you need to (you don't have to), RN and NS are the future from Cordova.
When to prefer RN?
When to prefer NS?
So with that take, go with either RN or NS.