It allows developers to overcome certain architecture design problems, and reach performance levels that can’t be met with native apps written in Objective-C or Java. It’s a cross-platform technology, and it is very friendly for web developers. Thanks to React Native, web developers can make the switch to building mobile apps without having to learn native programming languages for iOS and Android development.
Code written in React Native is reusable across systems, which saves a lot of development time. It is built on top of the React.JS library for web development, and it’s relatively simple, fast, and quite efficient.
The React Native framework solves a critical problem for businesses that couldn’t decide whether to go after the iOS, or Android market – with React Native, companies can pursue both markets while maintaining a cost level similar to building an app for one platform.
What’s more, React Native works perfectly well with Objective-C, Swift, and Java components. Which is a great addition, as it’s sometimes easier for developers to use native code to optimize various aspects of an application, or build some parts of an app in native code, and others in React Native.
It enables applications to use less memory compared to similar technologies, and provide a smoother usage experience to the users. React Native is highly compatible with various third-party plugins.
It has a component-based structure, which enables react developers to create agile mobile apps with the relative ease of building web apps.