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Nitish Sharma
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Feb 6, 2023 ⋅ 4 min read

Managing orientation changes in React Native apps

Nitish Sharma I am a mobile and web developer proficient in React, React Native, and other libraries. I am currently employed as a React Native developer.

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One Reply to "Managing orientation changes in React Native apps"

  1. Would be better if you mentioned commenting out the default orientation: portrait inside app.json on iOS. If this isn’t done, then the code doesn’t work, as orientation modes don’t change.

    Suggest add to the beginning. Otherwise its a reasonably good article.

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