This tutorial is the fifth part of our React Native Car Parking App UI clone series. In the [last part](https://kriss.io/react-native-car-parking-finder-app-ui-clone-4-map-markers/), we successfully implemented the Map Markers in `MapView`...
This tutorial is the fifth part of our React Native Car Parking App UI clone series. In the last part, we successfully implemented the Map Markers in
MapView section. In this part of the tutorial series, we are going to continue from where we left off in the last part. So, it is recommended to go through all the previous parts of this tutorial series in order to get the full insight and development of the project.
In case anyone wants to learn from the beginning, all the parts for this tutorial series are available below:
As stated in the previous parts, this tutorial series was inspired by the Store Locator App template that provides us with a dynamic, fully-coded starter kit written in React Native that anyone can use to build their own store locator React Native application or initiate their own startup. And, this fifth part is also the continuation of coding implementations and designs from the YouTube video tutorial by React UI Kit for the Car parking Finder App UI clone. The video tutorial delivers the overall implementations using a fast coding style which may be difficult to grasp for any developer especially the beginners. However, this tutorial gives stepwise guidance on the implementation of each UI section. Hence, the readers can relax and take time to learn and implement the UI.
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