React Native is Facebooks’s brainchild, which means that there is an incredible team behind this technology that works to bring new features, capabilities, and functionalities to the shore. Moreover, we love working with React Native due to its speed and the single codebase. The single code makes it easier to find bugs (which are already less when our developers are working on the solution).
Plus, it brings the Code Push system, which means that you won’t have to push the application through the app store and play store update process. Code Push will automatically update the application during the runtime, and your customers won’t have to relaunch the application.
The React Native code is easy to read, and it provides a complete nativity feel in the application. More importantly, React Native’s primary code base means that it can provide the same foundational-level programming efficiency developers enjoy while developing solutions for iOS and Android separately. This is made possible by “the bridge,” which is a clean abstraction layer separating the traditional function of describing a component in the Web-View. The Bridge calls the rendering APIs on iOS and Android seamlessly, giving faster output without losing on the nativity part.
With React Native, we get to use several ready-made libraries and frameworks meant to ease the development process. These include Jest, Chai, Mocha, and Enzyme utilized for writing bug-free code. Errors in the code can be checked with ESLing via the linting process, and Redux is used in React Native to accomplish State Management.
With all these functions and services, React Native can seamlessly compute high-volume applications and help build cloud-native applications.