The React Native framework actually started its journey as part of a hackathon effort in 2013. It was built to respond to the fast-changing needs of the developer community.

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The React Native framework actually started its journey as part of a hackathon effort in 2013. It was built to respond to the fast changing needs of the developer community. Developers wanted a mobile alternative that would be a classic combination of the advantages of mobile app development with the power and agility of the native React environment. The answer was ReactNative, a framework created by Facebook, and supported and continuously pushed forward by the development community.

Choosing the right technology stack is the most important thing for the developers and customers. The customers want to make sure that their end-product is just what they had planned in the beginning. On the other hand, the technology stack influences directly how the application works. In this article, we would discuss why you should choose React Native for your web and mobile applications in 2019 to stay current.

In this era of Technology, we have unfolded a world of new utilities and application for our convenience. The mobile app development industry is growing at an exceptional pace. In the coming years, the expansion of smartphones is foreseen to be between 9.17% – 9.36%. Cross-platform technologies have outgrown Native apps.  Native apps often tempt […]

Introduction What is REACT NATIVE? React Native helps you to create real-time mobile apps with the help of javascript alone, which is supportable for both Android and iOS platforms. Just by coding once, the REACT Native apps are available for both iOS and Android platforms which helps in saving development time. React Native is a framework […]

React Native is a technology that gained popularity right after its initial use in 2013. Here are a few FAQ on React Native:   >Why is this framework so complicated? Why do I need so many different libraries to understand what the heck is going on? JavaScript is beyond question mercurial: running in virtual machines on […]