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Aman Mittal
Apr 17, 2023 ⋅ 12 min read

How to use styled-components with React Native

Aman Mittal 👨‍💻 Developer 👉 Node.js, React, React Native | Tech Blogger with 1M+ views on Medium

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6 Replies to "How to use styled-components with React Native"

  1. great article and learned a lot, I’ve finally was able to get react-native running on my mac on both ios and android. it takes so long to get going on it because of the version changes. i’ve not been able to get it going on windows 10 and the android studio does not install correctly on my windows box… again thanks for a great article. it did take me about a week to follow the article, I used the react-native interface as opposed to the expo interface and now it works to perfection, icons and all.

    1. Hey Jaisal! Although we are not using TypeScript in the above article example but yeah, if someone is interested in using TypeScript, that’s the package to install. Thanks for taking time and suggesting itp!

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