What is React Native?

Introduction of react-native:

React Native is a JavaScript code library developed by Facebook and Instagram, which was released on Github in 2013

Output Example –

https://www.itechinsiders.com/ - react native

Basic Information:

  • This is basically a javascript framework for rendering mobile application for Android and iOS natively.
  • It uses react, Facebook’s JS Library for user interface for mobile platform instead of targeting web browser, in other words a web developer can write mobile applications that truly look like “native”, also you can write the code once and share it on multiple platforms.
  • There are very little differences between a finished app built in Objective-C or Java and one built in a react native.
  • Just code once, and the apps are available for both iOS and Android platforms which helps to save development time and money.

Why we need React Native:

  • With this framework, you can render UI for both iOS and android platforms.
  • This is a great pick for those developers who have expertise in javascript as there is no need to learn android specific java or iOS’s swift.
  • Both the platforms at one go, then it ends the war of selecting  framework either iOS or android.
  • Basically it’s cross-platform.
  • It offers third party plugin compatibility, less memory usage and a smoother experience.

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