React Native: A Cross Platform Framework For Building Native User Interfaces For Mobile Devices

6 Reasons Why React Native
If you are a mobile application enthusiast, then you must have heard about React native “a JavaScript library for building user interfaces” and how it has taken the mobile application industry by storm.





React Native has already become a popular trend for building native, powerful and quality mobile applications for iOS and Android. It has gained an immense traction for making it possible to build mobile apps that stimulate the performance of native apps. In the age of the digital world, where speed, shortcuts and quick tools are the needs of any mobile application, software programmers are putting hard efforts in building mobile apps to run faster with good with good performance. Interactive user experience and easy development are the significant things that have convinced mobile app developers to work with JavaScript, HTML5, CSS or React Native to build the app.

We at Bacancy Technology, firmly believe that React will be the future of cross platform mobile app development, let’s have a look at the reasons, behind its skyrocketing popularity of React Native.

React Native: It’s an open Source!

We all are familiar that open source projects comprise a large community of contributors, who are dedicatedly focused in making the project better and better. Likewise, React Native has a very large community of programmers working constantly towards bug fixing, feature improvement and helping people to use it at ease. If you are looking forward to build something, which is ordinary in mobile apps, then there is always a high possibility that it has already been built by React Native members.

React Native: Use Same code of building different platform app

React Native let the mobile app developers use the same code for building application for the different platforms. This is how it helps to recover the major drawback. What could be better for developers than being able to build apps for cross platforms by using and learning only one set of tools.

React Native: Covers Two Major Ecosystems

iOS and Android are entirely two different ecosystems and the development of native applications for two different platforms is a tedious and painstaking task, therefore developing native apps for them is seen as bane of developers.

As iOS application development required to have a sound knowledge of Swift or objective C and on the other hand, Android application development requires sound knowledge Java and the Android SDK. Along with that, you will need to bear the pain of staying updated with the latest features these two major ecosystems has to offer. However, no problem lasts forever with technology.

React Native: Helps to reduce the time to write code

In the world of software development, being able to reuse the code which is already written is actually a big thing. React Native has that capability to bring you to that exact ability. I am not implying that React Native is “write once and use every platform”. Being a developer, you will need to write some fresh code to build a UI that looks and feel native for individual platforms as per their best practices as well as standards. And the best part is that some common UI code on both platforms can also be used.

React Native: Incorporate the functionality of other native apps

React Native is compatible with third party plugins. To add Google Maps’ functionality into your app, simply download a third party plugin and then link it to a native module. Moreover, Your app use the device’s functions like rotate, zoom and the compass, without any hassle.

React Native: Predictable UI

Declarative API makes it easier for users to understand and predict your app UI. An app with various states requires you to monitor all changes in UI and keep on modifying them from time. However, it’s not that easy it may sound, especially when your app starts growing. React Native’s declarative APIs give you worry a ride to the moon and let you focus only on the current state of your UI.

React Native is UI-Focused

Unlike MeteroJS and AngularJs, React Native is completely focused on UI. React Native apps sport a highly responsive interface. React Native and the Native environment of the device reduces load times and gives a smoother feel of your app.





Wrapping Up

After all the above mentioned reasons, it’s easy to understand that why mobile application development companies are adapting React native so fast. With numbers of features, third party plugins and extensions it makes so convenient for programmers to use it. A special thanks to the team of Facebook for maintaining it.

So if you are looking for a mobile application to be developed or specifically want a react native app, get in touch with us we are USA based world’s best mobile application development company. Hire react native developers from us to experience the changing landscape of app development.

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