In today’s modern era we find different kinds of changes in the Smartphone app market. As new apps keep coming and going, developers work hard in making new apps that will keep the users intact. Developers keep making efforts to make all old users happy and give them unique methods to stand in the market. There are two different sections of Native and Hybrid apps in the market. We all know already that Native apps are created for different platforms like android, iOS, Windows etc. Whereas, Hybrid apps are developed only one time and are used for multiple purposes. Native and Hybrid apps have their own positive points to be noted. Native apps come with the best quality and also have good UI/UX, they also are very sophisticated and secure, and the only issue for Native apps is that they take long time to be built. Hybrid apps on the other hand are much cheaper and faster to develop but are very poor in performance and quality.
Therefore, to select between the two apps on basis of quality and cost it becomes difficult. But there has to be a way to bypass this all together. There is, and it is called React Native.
Now let us move on to some of React Native’s key plus points:
React Native enables you to develop apps much faster. Instead of recompiling, you can reload an app instantly. Under the React Native app, one can quickly create and teat features by utilizing different tools like Expo, ESLint, Jest, and Redux. In addition, another advantage of using React Native is that it delivers to all other cross platforms app development environments, it uses Native components. This results in better execution of the app on a faster level.