Why you should choose React Native for mobile app development
The mobile app market is constantly changing, and it grows larger by the day.
As more users demonstrate a preference for using apps over desktop, their expectations rise and so do the demands placed on the shoulders of developers. In the same way that the newly released iPhone will soon be replaced by a better looking and performing upgrade, apps can just as easily be cast aside for something newer and shinier.
Developers have the unenviable task of keeping pace with ever-changing consumer expectations, meaning they’re on the lookout to find better ways to create apps that enable them to stay on top for longer.
Traditionally, mobile apps have been created using one of two approaches: hybrid or native. This has meant that developers must choose between cost and quality; hybrid apps are cheaper and quicker to make, whereas native apps are of better quality but require specialist teams to build a version for Android and iOS.
One way to bypass this compromise altogether is to use React Native in mobile app development, and here’s why you should.