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What's New in v6.2?

路 11 min read
Jules Sam. Randolph
Developer of React Native Render HTML v6

It has been over three months since the first final version of the Foundry release has been made public. Today, I am glad to announce the release of the 6.2 version! This new version focuses on two areas of improvements:

  1. Accessibility, and more specifically integration with VoiceOver and TalkBack screen readers;
  2. Richer model-based rendering, and the feature to define React Native props from those models.

As you will discover through this reading, both are somehow related. Let's find out how!


This post also covers a due overview of features introduced in the previous 6.1 minor release.

Create A WebView-free Blog App with React Native Render HTML, Part I

路 5 min read
Jules Sam. Randolph
Developer of React Native Render HTML v6

The Foundry Release beta is out, and I wanted to show you its powerful capabilities with a very common use-case: rendering an article from a Blog. For this case study, we will use the official React Native blog, which is build on Docusaurus. The App will feature:

  • A list of articles fetched from an RSS Feed;
  • An aside table of content displayed in a drawer layout;
  • A scroll-to-section feature when pressing a TOC entry.

This study will be a good opportunity to learn or revisit important techniques to master this library. Also note that the implementation, especially targeted CSS classes are inherently tied to how the website is structured. Since the React Native blog is built on Docusaurus, the implementation should be very easy to transpose in other docusaurus-based blogs.

Now, let's get to the heart of it 鉂わ笍

Announcing the Beta Foundry Release

路 8 min read
Jules Sam. Randolph
Developer of React Native Render HTML v6

After seven months of a long and exciting journey in alpha development and testing with the community, I am proud to announce the first Foundry (v6) beta release of React Native Render HTML.

This process has led the new API to mature, and the introduction of beta stage marks the end of its instability. During the beta stage, I will bring fixes to any issue reported by the community and expect the test coverage to rise above 90%. I also plan to refine the Discovery App and website, including additional sections for best user experience. Now, let's get to the heart of it!