React Native App Development
React Native is a framework that was introduced by Facebook to reinforce and enhance their mobile apps’ development. It has gained a new height of popularity not only among the start-up companies but also the big players in the industry are using and vouching for it. Some of the most popular apps that are presently making use of the React Native are Instagram, Bloomberg, Skype, Facebook Messenger, SoundCloud Pulse, Uber, and Salesforce, to name a few.
React Native makes mobile apps development workflow more resilient, be it live reloading or hot reloading, which in turn, empowers the developer to perform the most sought after modifications to the source code of the app without necessitating recomposing of it. It is lightning-fast and considerably expedites the overall software development process. Apps can be integrated more rapidly on both Android and iOS without compromising in performance or UX.
Mobile application development features using React Native
- Streamlined Cross-Platform Mobile App Development: React native allows seamless sharing of codebase between the iOS and Android versions of the app which enables easy deployment on both platforms without abandoning the prospective customers in the dust. The code reusability results in considerable lowering of efforts and respective cost.
- Use of Required Native Mobile App Features: When it is required to implement some native features for a mobile platform for specific requirements, the native code could be well integrated in React Native code. This way, React Native allowed native libraries to get integrated in its code along with its own set of libraries.
- Extensive community makes React native development a five-finger exercise: In the present day, the React Native community makes a plethora of tried-and-tested libraries available, thus accelerating the development process and eliminating technical hitches.