Everything you need to know about reacts native app development
What are the advantages of React Native?
Developers can push updates directly to the users so that users don’t have to worry about downloading updates from for example Google Play. Unfortunately, Apple’s new guidelines ban any form of Code Push in AppStore apps.
UI and Performance
Some frameworks try to mimic native UI elements, but it results in a let-off. Creating details like animations may take a lot of time, effort and can become irrelevant quickly.
React Native has it all. It translates your markup to real, native UI elements, leveraging existing means of rendering on whatever platform you are working with. On top of that, React works separately from the UI, which means that your applications will maintain high performance without sacrificing capability. Web developers can write mobile apps with the performance, look and feel of a native application, while using familiar tools.
Working with React Native reduces the resources needed to build mobile applications. Developers familiar with React can easily pick up React Native and target both Web and mobile platforms with the same skillset.
The code can be shared across other supported platforms. Depending on the functionality of your app, not all the code you write will be cross-platform. However, if the app is a requirement for both iOS and Android choosing React Native will save you a lot of time, money and lines of code.
React Native attempts to bring the best developer experience by saving the time it takes to make the changes visible by introducing hot reload.