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Considering jumpstart pro for a react native backend, is this a good idea?

George Kettle asked in General

Hey guys, I was just wondering if anyone had any advice on whether jumpstart pro would be a good place to start for me?

I want to create an API for my react native expo app. Does jumpstart pro make it easy to implement this and what would be the process of making this happen?

Big question I know, I just want to see whether the investment is worth it and whether it's easy to create an API for my react native mobile app.

Cheers,
George

Hey George,

Yes. Jumpstart pro comes with an API setup that makes it easy to get started with someting like a React Native frontend. I'm actually building a React Native app for my app as well.

You do have to setup things like tailwind for a new React App and architect the react native app yourself but getting setup was no problem for me.

Thanks,
William

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