“Which framework will give me the best result in my mobile app development?”
“Which is the most suitable platform for mobile app development?”
“Which is better, Single platform or Cross-platform?”
These are some of the most frequently asked questions by our clients in terms of mobile app development services. Clients nowadays are aware and have a vague idea about the latest technology and innovation in mobile app development technology. Generally, our advice to them about mobile app development is always to go for a platform that is more suitable to their organization. However, looking at the current trend in hybrid mobile app development, we suggest them to go with it, as the ongoing demand of react native has left it behind. And the way it is going and increasing more seems like that react native will be going to become the future of mobile app development services in coming years. For most of the apps, which are entirely built on react native, there are some restrictions while using it.
Impact of React Native
There are numerous benefits of using react native and the reasons why developers have to work with this framework. Below are given some of the vital reasons which will give you a snippy acumen why react is most superior to develop native mobile apps as:
As mentioned earlier, React native was originally introduced on the iOS support but because of its amazing capabilities and features, Facebook decided to develop its support for Android applications also. Therefore, now the developers can build this framework on iOS and Android app simultaneously through one codebase.
React native uses 60 frames per second and thus offers the native look and feel to apps. It enables the developers to update apps faster with the help of over the air updates. Once the update is completed, then you can easily publish the feature. There is no requirement to update the react native mobile app with the app store manually.
The developer's community always looks for nimble development cycles and a great tool to develop robust mobile applications. Since its components have the counterparts rights, therefore the developers can reuse them for building both i.e. Android and iOS mobile applications. Originally, the react native was introduced for supporting iOS, however, with its current support for Android OS, the developers have started using it to create Android mobile apps with the same UIs. Nevertheless, react native is growing at a prominent pace and if the growth keeps on increasing, soon we will find more react to native developers than those Swift or Kotlin for development. This development in the mobile ecosystem will mark a huge shift from the traditional form of mobile development services. The field will evolve for absorbing the react native development or any kind of similar emerging or upcoming technologies into mobile app development.
Google trend is the most popular tool for undergoing the people’s interest in a search term. When it is used to forecast people interested in technology or a mobile development technique in this context, then it will help to tell which of them is growing and which is plummeting. React native helps to upload the apps quickly and thus gives a smoother feel. Another prominent reason that developers use this framework is that it allows developers to focus on a wide marketplace and make the huge profit. Hence, colossal companies like facebook, Walmart, UberEats, etc have shifted their eyeballs towards it. Today, the cross-platform applications development is in huge demand and thus react native is a perfect fit for a cross-platform development process which offers software ethics that most of the developers demand. With the help of this wonderful technology, the developers can successfully implement quality application architecture to boost app security and privacy.
Some of the most common limitations of react native framework are given below in detail as:
When you start to work on a new platform such as react native, then the first thing to do is exploring the available documentation, both official and from the community. While Facebook is putting a lot of efforts in keeping it up-to-date, we found that a good amount of components are not well documented for the current release of reacting native.
When the documentation was not satisfied enough, we tried looking up things in reacting native source code, therefore the developers found themselves disappointed by the poor quality of code base. Probably in a rush to push more functionality to the framework, they also sometimes overlook how the clean code will look like.
Of course, it is quite possible to use third party components, but the selection is not comparable with the number of community-generated libraries which we can find for iOS and Android. A big issue with these components is also the fact that the compatibility and the support are not guaranteed with the future of react native framework release.
When the iOS and Android SDKs are updated, then it takes some time for recent native for integrating these newly introduced APIs into their core library. The react native team is pretty fast for updating in order to allow developers to use new APIs, but the priority is given by the amount of request which every API gets.