NFT Marketplace In React Native

NFT Marketplace In React Native With Source Code

NFT Marketplace In React Native is a simple Android and IOS-based project for beginners. The following react native project has all of the main elements that first-year IT students can utilize for their personal learning. The project is simple and static in nature. There is no backend or database used to make this project. Well, who doesn’t use applications where they can sell their products these days? Literally everyone.

So being a software developer or let’s say an Android developer, who doesn’t want to build their own simple product selling application. The application we build ourselves will be very much beneficial for career growth as well. When we take a glance at this very simple project, we can notice that it’s simple and user-friendly to use. No matter if you are a beginner or an experienced programmer, you can find the program logic easy to understand. We will briefly talk about this project in the later section.

About NFT Marketplace In React Native Project

So before we discuss the project scope and its tech details, please keep in mind that these projects are only for educational purposes. Even if you download and modify it, you are not entitled to claim the ownership of the entire project. So saying this let’s dive into the project details.

NFT Collection is the newest trend taking the Internet by storm. Yes, the current internet is profoundly talking about the NFT collections. Many users are creating their own NFTs and selling them over earning thousands and thousands of dollars. To sell these Non Fungible Tokens, several apps and websites currently operate making things happen smoothly and in a simple way.

So, here we are also going to replicate and design the NFT Collections website and a mobile application. Our app will be simple and easy to use. It will be just a simple UI application demonstrating the working mechanics of an NFT application.

Talking about the project, this is simple and easy to use. All we can do is simply check the tokens available and check their details. We can see the number of likes and the uploader profile. There is nothing complicated in this project. This project is straightforward to start learning React Native as a starter.

Technologies Used In Making This Project

Now let’s talk about the tech stack you will require to run this project. So first of all, all you need is Visual Studio Code so that you can run the project. Make sure you configure the Android Virtual Device so that you can run it on the virtual device. JavaScript and React Native is the programming language you will need as a developer for modifying this project. Also, make sure that you have an active internet connection so that you can install the packages and also will update the necessary plugins which our project requires.

  • JavaScript and React Native (for programming)
  • AVD for running the project on device mode
  • XML for data manage
  • Gradle for building and compiling

Before You Run this project, Let’s look at some technical terms related to this project

  • Gradle: In Android Studio we use Gradle for building our android application projects, hence playing the role of a build system. By its very definition, Gradle is a build system that compiles, builds, tests deploy, and converts our code into .dex files so that our Android Studio can run the project. We don’t have to manually install Gradle in Android Studio as it already comes in it pre-installed.
  • AndroidManifest.xml: This file holds or contains the information and metadata of our application. Metadata like package information, content providers, and also some other components as well. It declares the type of android API we may be used to run the application. Almost every android project requires this file so that it can run and develop the application. It specifies certain credentials its program should have in order to interact with other apps and access protected sections of the API.

How To Run This Project

It’s very simple to run this project.  But before you run let’s install our packages to run this project.

Setting Up Expo

Since we are using the Expo CLI, we need to install this dependency first. Expo is an open-source platform for making universal native apps for Android, iOS, and the web with JavaScript and React.

Also, make sure you have Android Studio installed in the case for using the Android Emulator for this project.

  1. Open your terminal and run this command “npm install –global expo-cli”.

Now Follow the below commands to run this project.

  • Make sure you have node.js installed on your system if not then download it first.
  • After that, you open the project in your favorite code editor(VS Code is preferable).
  • If you are using Vs Code then, simply open the code editor and open your project.
    • Then open a new terminal (ctrl + shift + ~ ==> will open a new terminal).
    • run this command `npm install`
    • then `npm start or expo start
  • If you want to run without a code editor directly, then follow these steps:
    • open a terminal(command prompt or git bash)
    • goto your project root directory(cd folder name)
    • then again type `npm install` and then after installation `npm start`

In case npm gives you any kind of error then you can run the project with the Yarn package manager instead. Follow these steps:

  • Open your windows terminal
  • the type `npm i –global yarn`. This will install your yarn package manager globally.
  • After the installation, repeat the same commands from the above but now you can use yarn instead of npm.
  • `yarn install` and then to start `yarn start`.
Project Name:NFT Marketplace Project
Language/s Used:JavaScript, React Native
Database:none
Type:Mobile Application
Developer:JavaScript Mastery
Updates:0
Project Details

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