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  1. Easier React Native upgrades by clearly exposing changes from a version to another. 🚀 And what better way than to purge, init, then diff? Spoiler: there's no better way. 😎

    Shell 1k 63

  2. A script/shortcut to rejoin the last Zoom call. Useful after Zoom kicks you out after 40 minutes.

    Shell 6 2

  3. ⚛️ A web tool to support React Native developers in upgrading their apps.

    JavaScript 2.4k 62

  4. colortools

    Shell 40 1

  5. React Native APIs turned into React Hooks for use in functional React components

    TypeScript 2.7k 152

  6. TypeScript 4

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January 2022

Created 4 repositories

Created a pull request in invertase/react-native-apple-authentication that received 6 comments

docs: fix typo

+1 −1 6 comments
Opened 15 other pull requests in 5 repositories
artsy/eigen 4 open 3 closed 2 merged
artsy/react-native-config 1 merged 1 closed
luggit/react-native-config 2 closed
pepopowitz/how-devs-work 1 open
artsy/README 1 merged

Created an issue in artsy/README that received 14 comments

RFC: Rename product slack channels to prd-*

Proposal: Rename all slack channels from product-* to prd-*. Rename all slack channels from product-X to X or X-team. For example: product-mobile-p…

14 comments
Opened 3 other issues in 3 repositories
charmbracelet/skate 1 open
import-js/eslint-plugin-import 1 open
software-mansion/react-native-reanimated 1 closed
16 contributions in private repositories Jan 3 – Jan 22

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