When it comes to mobile app development, we have two important systems – iOS and Android, and to develop apps on these systems, we have many testing tools and libraries such as Swift, Android SDK, Objective C, etc. Application developers manage two codebase on these systems and deliver high-end application quality in these platforms as well as add up new features to the product in a specified time frame. Here we go to understand the world-class features of React Native and how it can decrease the complexity in two codebase and what are the exclusive ways to build mobile applications using React Native in an effective manner.
- Understand first and use it anywhere
- Native look and performance
- Quick development
- Native module
- Fastest updates
Today, everyone wants their app to be updated with advanced features and bugs fixed quickly. React Native gets its importance in a scenario where iOS take at least two days to finish its review process. Thanks to Apple that allowed React Native to update the app over the air using JavscriptCore. Hence, no need to go through the App store for review process! You can deploy React Native features directly to users using CodePush.
This unique mobile application platform allows developers to share the application logic across the two major systems, meaning 70% of code can be reused between iOS and Android. Facebook has its Ad Manager Application reused 87% of code across two platforms.
- Future of Hybrid mobile app
Hybrid mobile app is the defining moment of user experience and ease of development. It is an app made with technology and wrapped in a contained to be run natively on devices. This framework has come a long way as a bridge between a native app and a web app. And, Facebook’s React Native UI is the leading edge of this advanced technology. With ‘reusable’ native components, building blocks of React Native gather together directly to native. React has excellent counterparts for iOS and Android components, hence you can enjoy a consistent look and feel.
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