Use Yarn Workspaces to Share Code with a create-react-app and create-react-native-app in a Monorepo

In this lesson we'll use yarn and yarn workspaces to create a monorepo that includes a web creat-react-app, a react-native app, and shared code. We'll use react-app-rewired and react-app-rewire-babel-loader to rewire the create-react-app configuration to allow babel to process the shared code from workspace. We'll also use crna-make-symlinks-for-yarn-workspaces and metro-bundler-config-yarn-workspaces to configure the react-native app to be able to find the shared code in the workspaces.

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