You should now have a basic understanding of how to integrate or start an AWS Amplify project with React and React Native using TypeScript. It is important to understand the fundamentals and the options when creating your project with different React and Amplify CLIs, because your next project might have very specific requirements and you will want to start the project in the right way, without too many changes down the road.
Since React, React Native, and Expo are under rapid development and keep adding new capabilities every month, if you want to keep your knowledge up to date, you should always follow their websites closely to learn of all the new changes and apply them to your project accordingly. When I was halfway through the writing of this chapter, AWS completely changed the way the AWS Amplify UI works with their new library, which we will cover in the next chapter. Therefore, timing matters. If you are halfway through your project or are just starting a new project, it would be worthwhile us going through the next chapter together to see how to create an AWS Amplify app with the latest pre-built Amplify UI.