April 25, 2018 | 1min read
React Native Cheatsheet —Facts, Stats and Figures
However, it’s still necessary to have some experience with a native platform, as React Native has certain limitations. Luckily, the framework allows more experienced engineers to add native codes (Java, Swift, Objective-C etc.) to the framework, in order to achieve that custom look. When introducing React Native, Facebook coined a term: „learn once, write anywhere”. Practically, it means that the majority of the developed codebase can be used in cross-platform.
Today, React Native with its undeniable business value certainly opens up some new, great perspectives in many different contexts for developing mobile applications. The most popular apps developed with React Native? Instagram, Facebook, Airbnb, UberEats, Walmart…Not all mobile projects are suitable for React Native, but there is a number of them that can benefit from it.
Learn more about how does React Native work here.
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