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Emmanuel Oaikhenan
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Sep 21, 2022 ⋅ 9 min read

React Native geolocation: A complete tutorial

Emmanuel Oaikhenan I started coding JavaScript in 2017 and delved into DevOps in 2019. Since then, I've worked on projects that exposed me to learning more about software development and gained the requisite soft skills for communicating with teammates and clients.

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20 Replies to "React Native geolocation: A complete tutorial"

  1. Hello Emmanuel, just to help the other people going through this article. I noticed a small ‘possible modification’.
    When you mention the “getLocation” function in the finishing paragraph I found myself in a state of minute confusion. After checking the source code it makes sense that you have replaced that function with “permissionHandle”

  2. Thank you for reading the article Mushtaq! I do hope you found it useful. Thank you much more for pointing that out.

    1. You are welcome brother! Thank you for the kind words! Please, do kindly share across your social media platforms so that others can find the article. Thank you for reading!

    1. You are welcome brother! Thank you for the kind words! Please, do kindly share across your social media platforms so that others can find the article. Thank you for reading!

    1. The timestamp is based on the user location and returned from the `react-native-geolocation` library. It is calculated using the Date Time object. It is returned using `location.getTime()`. It is therefore not based on the telephone clock or cellular network.

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