Interesting blog post by TJ Vantoll, who works on NativeScript:
In this article we’ll walk through Airbnb’s complaints in detail, and talk about how some of those same problems could’ve been handled in NativeScript. We’ll start with things that NativeScript does well (this is the NativeScript blog after all), and then move on to things NativeScript does, well, less well.
Be sure to also read “State of React Native 2018”. In that post, Facebook announced some changes it’s going to make regarding the bridge/threading:
Really looking forward to these upcoming changes 🙂
Unlike Airbnb though, we were fortunate enough to be creating a new app from scratch (instead of plugging RN onto an existing app), and got in to RN way past its pioneering phase (we started at RN 0.47) by which most wrinkles had already been ironed out.
Allemansrätten – or the freedom to roam – is a principle protected by Swedish law that gives all people the right to be free in Swedish nature. It’s a place where you can eat berries from the ground, sleep under the stars, swim in the lakes and roam freely. To make this home available for everyone, Sweden has listed the entire country on Airbnb.
Inside Airbnb is an independent, non-commercial set of tools and data that allows you to explore how Airbnb is REALLY being used in New York City.
By analyzing publicly available information about Airbnb’s New York City listings, Inside Airbnb provides filters and key metrics so you can see how Airbnb is being used to compete with the residential housing market.