I’m just wondering how easy/difficult would it be to use Resgate in React.Native?
I understand Resgate client is for Reactjs.
Would I need to write my own client library from scratch? (how tricky would this be?) is there any existing client for react.native?
Welcome to the forum!
Been away on eastern vacation, but now I am back to reply.
Will it work with React.Native? I don’t see why it shouldn’t, but I know too little about React.Native to know for sure.
ResClient does not access the DOM in any way, so that is a non-issue. It uses WebSockets however. React.Native supports WebSockets, but I don’t know if it implements the WebSockets API used by ResClient.
If not, you can still use ResClient and pass a websocket factory function to the ResClient constructor, which returns a wrapper that implements the needed WebSocket API. You have an example of that for node.js in this resolved GitHub issue: Support NodeJS · Issue #30 · resgateio/resclient · GitHub
Thanks for the comprehensive reply!