Understanding React Native

To have an understanding of React Native, let’s assume we’ll be sending out a couple of tweets. Implying that we won’t be exceeding the 140 character limit.

Let’s do this in just five tweets;

1/5- Understanding React Native will be better with a story of the opening of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.

2/5- For centuries, people on both sides of the waterways can only wave at one another. You can either swim through or take a long walk.

3/5- With React Native, mobile app developers and engineers are also having the same feeling experienced by those around the Golden Gate Bridge.

4/5- Developing mobile apps for both iOS and Android at the same time without any extra walkabout and stress.

5/5- React Native eliminates the need for coding and recoding to power apps for the two dominant platforms.

Who is Using React Native?

Contrary to what most people believe, React Native isn’t just about being cost-efficient. It even requires a frequent maintenance period that other platforms. However, React Native is favored by some of the biggest tech companies currently.

This includes Facebook, Instagram, Tesla, Walmart, Skype, Bloomberg, UberEATS, Vogue, and many others.

What These Brands Benefit From Using React Native

1. Time Efficiency

One of the reasons why React Native is chosen as the next-gen app-building ally is for its hot reloading feature. This allows modifications to take immediate effects on both the iOS and Android platforms.

With hot reloading, the app can keep running while the developer injects new features. If your app constantly needs tweaks to the UI, this is a better way to achieve these changes.

2. Top-Notch Performance

Unlike other development frameworks with issues, React Native is without any issues. There’s no lag time on either iOS or the Android version. Not to forget your ability to make use of components faster without much maintenance needed.

The secret is due to the use of native API by React Native. There is the use of a separate thread outside of the UI, which brings about increased performance.

3. Reliability and Stability

React Native has simplified data binding as the child data cannot affect the parent’s data. This produces a mobile app that is stable and functional at all times. You should see how some of the biggest tech enterprises trust react Native due to its stability.

When modifications are being carried out, only the affected components are affected. Nothing else, and the mobile app can run as smoothly as possible.

Final Thoughts

Despite all of its benefits, React Native is not without its problems, and topping the list is the steep learning curve. Outside of these problems, understanding React Native has proven to be the best ally for mobile developers.

We believe many mobile developers are taking advantage of the immense qualities of React Native. Let’s know what you are doing with RN.