Why Consider React Native?
Cross-Platform: With React Native, you can develop apps for multiple platforms, including iOS, Android, and web, using a single codebase. This approach reduces the differences between platforms, allowing you to share business logic and UI.
Cost-Effective: Building apps with React Native can be cost-effective. You can create minimum viable products (MVPs) or larger applications with smaller teams because you're covering multiple platforms.
Ecosystem Integration: React Native apps can leverage packages from NPM, the largest package repository. Additionally, you have the flexibility to use or create packages that connect to native device APIs, such as the camera and sensors.
Who Uses React Native?
React Native is not limited to any particular business sector. You can find applications in various industries, including eCommerce, social media, fintech, and more.
Some prominent companies that build apps with React Native include:
You can explore more React Native apps in the showcase.
How Does It Work Under the Hood?
Unlike other cross-platform development frameworks, React Native renders native components by invoking platform-specific APIs.
Where Can I Learn More?
If you are already familiar with React, you can start with the following documentation:
Staying Updated with React Native Changes
To keep up with changes in React Native, consider the following sources: