Pros And Cons Of The React Native Platform

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If you follow the latest news in web development, you might know what hype is going on around React Native. It began with Facebook introducing a new framework for developing native applications for Android and iOS. Such authoritative support provided React Native technologies with ideal starting conditions. 

Using its API, and applying in React components, the platform lets you develop apps that are almost not distinguishable from native ones. In the article, we will consider React Native pros and cons

Pros: 

 Reuse Of Code 

This is a very interesting point, which will reduce both the time spent on development and the number of engineers needed for the company. 

• Instant Feedback 

React Native allows you to import changes from the developer's menu by simply updating the application. It's very fast. All you have to do is change the file, restart the application, wait a few seconds, and the updates will be ready. 

• General Instruments For Mobile And Web 

You can use the template for building web apps on React JS. There is no fundamental difference in development. 

 Pay Less - Get More

You pay for two apps for the price of one. 

Cons: 

 Limited API 

Although React Native supports a large number of APIs, there is still a need to use other APIs through built-in modules. 

 Relatively Low Performance 

If you plan to develop a complex application, such as an image or video editor, React Native is not for you. 

React Native Should Be Used If: 

 You want to spend little time and small budget for application development for both platforms; 

 You do not have a goal to create a complex interface or this goal is not currently a priority; 

 The app is not tailored for using its API. Otherwise, you will have to finish some functions yourself.

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