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React Native

What is React native?

React Native is a JavaScript framework created by Facebook, for writing real, natively rendering mobile applications for iOS and Android. It’s based on the Reaction of Facebook’s JavaScript library for building user interfaces, but instead of targeting the browser, it targets mobile platforms. In other words: web developers can now write mobile applications that look cool and feel truly “NATIVE,” all from the comfort of a JavaScript library that we already know and love. Because most of the code you write can be shared to different between platforms, React Native makes it easy to simultaneously develop for both Android and iOS.

React native lets you build mobile apps by using only java script. It uses the same design to react, and let your compose to rich mobile UI from declarative.

React Native currently supports both iOS and Android, and it has the potential to expand to future platforms as well.


Yes with help of react native, you don’t build a mobile web app or hybrid app. You can build a real mobile app that’s different from built-in app using “C”or “JAVA”. Its uses same fundamental UI building blocks as ios and android app with the help of JavaScript. The vast majority of the code is we can write it different cross-platform. And yes you can really use React Native to build production to ready mobile applications.



  • Right now, React Native framework is one of the fastest and most efficient platform that environments for mobile app development.

  • React native uses javascript to have the best fast and popular programming language.


  • React Native uses react javascript as the JavaScript library, so it has all its advantages. To create a React Native app with different across platforms, developers don’t need to know the language of the native platform. They must be proficient in JavaScript and have familiar with all the React syntax. But, as we mentioned that they can be easily add native components to code as well.       

  • React Native communicates with targeted components like iOS or Android and renders code to native APIs directly and independently.



  • Unfortunately, React Native inherits the main React java script disadvantage. This community is young so that the available of documentation is very poor, especially for integration with additional tools.

  • React Native has a number of native modules for iOS and Android out-of-the-box, but there are number of third-party components which are still limited. React Native often drags its feet when iOS or Android get updates their SDKs.

  • React Native’s team should be get integrate a code library with new softwares. And despite the fact they work pretty fast, they cannot update every part of the APIs (Application Programming Interface) at once. That’s why the full synchronization between React Native and new SDKs (software development kit) often takes too long.


API is an interface that allows software programs to interact with each other, whereas a SDK is a set of tools that can be used to develop software applications targeting a specific platform. So an API can be seen as a simple SDK without all the debugging support& etc.


React native is gaining tremendous popularity among startups, With the React Native apps in hand, startups have the option of hiring a single developer to create mobile apps for different platforms. With new technological discoveries being made every day, efficiency and competence of mobility solutions are certainly increasing.        

  1. It facilitates developers in creating mobile apps simultaneously for different

operating systems.

2 Before, Developers or engineers had to create separate apps for different operating systems, beginning from scratch for each, resulting in escalated time and resource wastage.·        

3 While these apps are written different in languages such as Swift for iOS, Java for Android

and C# for Windows phones, React Native uses Javascript to develop apps, using codes which are similar across all platforms   

Read more : Native vs Hybrid      

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