What is React Native? 

React Native is an open-source mobile application framework that allows developers to create native mobile applications for iOS, Android, and other platforms using a single codebase written in JavaScript. It was developed by Facebook and has gained popularity among developers because of its ability to build high-quality mobile applications with a rich user interface and excellent performance. React Native uses the same design as React, allowing developers to build mobile applications using a declarative programming model that enhances code reusability and reduces development time.

- React Native is an open-source JavaScript framework for building native mobile apps. 

 - React Native was created and launched by Facebook, Inc in 2015. 

 - You can build Android, iOS, Web, Windows and Mac apps with React and Js. 

 - The confort of a Js library will offer you the ability of writing mobile apps that look “native”. If they like to, developers have the possibility to use platform-specific languages. 



- React Native is used for tasks like Frontend Mobile development, Cross Platform Mobile App development and TV and Windows App development… 

 - These companies are using React Native: Facebook, Instagram, AirBnb, Bloomberg, Pinterest, Skype, Uber Eats… 

Facebook: As the developer of React Native, Facebook uses the framework extensively in its mobile applications.

Instagram: Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, uses React Native to build parts of its mobile application, including its Explore tab.

Walmart: Walmart uses React Native in its mobile application to enhance the user experience and performance.

Uber: Uber uses React Native to build its driver application, which is available on both iOS and Android platforms.

Skype: This popular communication application, uses React Native to build its mobile application.

Wix: Wix, a website builder platform, uses React Native to build its mobile application for both iOS and Android platforms.

Bloomberg: This financial news and data company, uses React Native to build its mobile application, which provides real-time market data and news updates.

These companies use React Native because it allows them to build high-quality mobile applications with excellent performance and a rich user interface while reducing development time and cost.

 - Developing separate apps using Java, Swift or other native-supported languages take time. You can simply write the majority of code for one app on React Native. When developing apps for multiple platforms, the majority of the code is reusable from platform to platform.

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Why is React Native popular?

React Native has gained popularity for several reasons:

  • Cross-Platform: React Native allows developers to build mobile applications for multiple platforms using a single codebase. This reduces development time and cost, as developers do not have to build separate applications for each platform.
  • Performance: React Native uses native components to build applications, which enhances performance compared to other hybrid mobile application frameworks.
  • Reusability: React Native uses a declarative programming model, which enhances code reusability. This allows developers to use the same codebase to build applications for different platforms, reducing development time and cost.
  • Community Support: React Native has a large and active community of developers who contribute to its development and provide support to other developers. This makes it easier for developers to learn and use React Native.
  • Backed by Facebook: React Native was developed by Facebook, which is a well-known and respected technology company. This has given React Native credibility and helped it gain popularity among developers.



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