One of the most popular cross-platform application framework, used for Android, iOS and web. It allows developers to use a single code base which can then be deployed as native apps to multiple platforms.
Developing applications using React Native saves significant amount of time (and therefor cost). Any future updates also only requires updating a single code base and can be applied simultaneously to multiple platforms.
Applications developed in React Native are fluid and scalable, the end result is a smooth and fast loading app. Against normal misconception, apps developed in React Native are indeed native apps.
Of course, with these benefits, there are also a couple of drawbacks and it is important to understand the nature of the application that is being developed. For instance, React Native is not suited for game development. As always, hit us up to find out more.
THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN DEVELOPING A Hybrid/cross-platform APP:
Choosing the platform – React Native / Xamarin / Ionic.
Decide if the app should be developed on-shore or off-shore. Note that on-shore development companies may still outsource their development off-shore.
Decide to release a cut-down version first (MVP) or with the full set of features.
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