Apps, Apps, and More Apps

I spend most of my programming time at my brain computer interface job coding in Matlab and Python. I really love working in these languages because it is so easy to take an idea and get it up and running quickly, plus there are so many fun tutorials for Python because people use it for the most entertaining tasks. Python seems to power a lot of the daily interactions we get with bots, web crawlers, and other little things that we might encounter online, and I just happen to love those things.

Outside of that context of programming, I do a fair amount of code for Dark Flight and some other personal projects. Recently, Jordan and I were talking, and we wanted an app that would handle organizing our game collections. Naturally, every time a new project comes up, the question is "What language are we going to program this in?". Since we have a friend that won't ever quit on his love for Javascript, I decided to take a look at it, and since we were doing a phone app, React Native.

I have to say that I am really enjoying React Native. It is an awesome experience. Super fun to learn, super fast to code, and the documentation by Facebook (it's creator) is really amazing. This app is turning into something really cool that we hope to share with the world soon.

If you ever wanted something from a boardgame app, don't hesitate to reach out to us! We would love to hear what you would find in the perfect board game app.