What is React native?
What services use React native?
React native is the most popular library for building native applications. Such applications as facebook, instagram, airbnb, uber eats, shopify, discord and many more have been created with its help.
React vs React native
How does React native work?
Benefits of using React native
As I mentioned earlier, without a doubt the biggest advantage of using React native is writing applications for multiple platforms at the same time. Using the same code for different platforms allows us to develop quickly, maintain the code easily and cheaply, and add new developers to the project more efficiently.
React native also makes use of so-called 'hot reloading', which allows developers to preview changes to code live, without having to refresh anything.
Another plus of React native is undoubtedly the large community, which creates additional libraries and helps develop the library.
Disadvantages of using React native
No framework or library is perfect and React native also has disadvantages. Currently, the biggest drawback is the lack of native API and SDK support. React native does not have ready-made modules that allow you to access the APIs of the Android platform, or iOS.
Writing one code for several platforms also brings some difficulties. Android and iOS use different design rules by this we are forced to many if instructions along with separate code.