React Native launched in 2015, and it’s quickly taken the mobile development world by storm.

Having a mobile app is critical for many businesses in the digital-first world we live in. Deciding what platform to use to develop your app though can be tough.

You may have heard about React Native, Flutter, lonic, or Cordova in conversation. These are all frameworks for building a hybrid mobile application, which is a way of building an iOS and Android app from a single codebase.

In this blog post, we explore what React Native is, how it can benefit your company, and when it makes sense to use it instead of building native Android and iOS applications.

What is React Native?

React Native (homepage) is a JavaScript framework for developing mobile applications that can run natively on both Android and iOS. It is based on ReactJS, developed at Facebook, which is a declarative, component-based framework for developing web user interfaces (UIs).

Both tools are highly…



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