Now that we know a little more about the framework, let’s jump into the 4 key advantages of React Native:
- Dynamics: One of the most amazing things about React native is the way it makes you think of the moments where you want to go from wireframes to something real, something tangible. As you gain experience, you will easily start to notice the “general minimal state” which makes your app work, and quickly notice the way it needs to change, dividing them into components, in order to form a more complex functionality. This way, something that seemed like a huge endeavor, you can resolve in no time.
- It’s all native: One thing we must definitely highlight is that React Native’s building blocks are reusable “native components” that enable developers to build more native-like UI/UX apps as opposed to typical hybrid frameworks which can’t be archived. This way, the app will have the speed, look, and functionality of a native mobile app
- Longevity: React is fairly new but it is certainly on an incline for demand. It was first released at the Hackathon to address technical issues for the developers’ community. It eventually transitioned into React Native, a framework created specifically for this initiative. Furthermore, React is heavily supported by the social media giant, Facebook, who have made a solid investment in the development of their technology.
In conclusion, React Native definitely provides great functionality both for developers and users. It enables developers to easily and quickly build a fast and intuitive mobile app working for both Android and iOS. Functioning on several different operating systems, it pays homage to their motto, “learn once, write anywhere.”