React Native enables you to create native mobile apps on iOS and Android and help you bring the most out of user-experience on mobile devices. As a React Native development company we help you learn more about the advantages, best use cases, and practices in a modern world of Mobile Development to become a better React Native developer yourself.
Flipper is an open-source debugging tool made by Facebook for mobile apps – both for iOS and Android. It existed for quite some time, but it has not been widely used. However, it can change with the release of React Native 0.62, which has Flipper integrated by default.
Read the entire post to find out why it’s worth to try using Flipper.
Somewhere in the middle of our previous article about the pros and cons of React Native and Xamarin, I promised to deliver another comparison at the end of the week. And here it is – React Native vs NativeScript comparison.
Today, we will talk about choosing the right framework for your cross-platform mobile application. This time, the choice is limited to React Native and Xamarin.
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Building a startup is like driving a sports-car. It’s fun, it’s exciting, but it is also about fast yet wise decisions. Making mistakes is not an option, and the danger is high. You may either crash your car or run out of gas before getting to your planned destination.
It’s not a surprise many developers are choosing to work with React Native instead of platforms like Ionic and Cordova. Learn why!
We took the laptop, and we’ve interviewed CTOs and Dev Team Leaders to check if choosing React and React Native somehow impacted their everyday work, and ultimately, their business outcomes.
What if you can create an app that is platform agnostic and run it no matter if it’s a mobile device or browser? Meet React Native for Web!
This is the definite guide to one of the hottest mobile app technologies in 2020. React Native.