If you’ve heard about React JS and its uses for creating web applications and User Interfaces, then you might have heard about React Native as well. These developer tools have been warmly welcomed in the developer’s community since they offer a lot of advantages they make creating websites and apps an easy task.
React can also be launched on well-known web browsers like Chrome, meaning that as long as you have access to the Internet and a web browser, you’ll have access to it. It also comes with a particularly useful debugging tool that will tell you whenever there are conflicts in your code.
After writing the code, developers can choose the platform where your mobile app will launch. This is due to the fact that developers can create components and User Interfaces for both Android and iOS devices using (in most cases) the same code. Any app created using React Native will look and feel like any other mobile app. It can also access core phone functions like GPS, internal and external storage, phone cameras and even calling functions.
If you want to learn even more about React Native, you can go directly to the official website. You can also join React’s community and even make a test run in a web-based version of React Native.