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Rupesh Chaudhari
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Jun 14, 2023 ⋅ 7 min read

Build a React Native drawing app with PencilKit

Rupesh Chaudhari Rupesh is a programming enthusiast who is currently working with React Native to build beautiful hybrid mobile apps. He likes to solve competitive programming puzzles and enjoys gaming in his free time.

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One Reply to "Build a React Native drawing app with PencilKit"

  1. Awesome articles, I followed it to implement a drawing component in my app. It was working flawlessly with iOS16, but with iOS17, there is this weird lag… I can’t figure out why! If you could have a look and give us maybe a clue : )

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