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One of the first advantages of React Native is that this tool allows you to pool code in a shared way between the two operating systems (iOS and Android). It effectively makes it possible to jointly develop and deploy a mobile application on different platforms while using only one codebase. The number of human resources is therefore optimized since they work simultaneously on both operating systems.
The cost of developing a mobile app is significantly reduced through the use of React Native. Indeed, this open-source tool provides the developer with a library full of free and open resources for all. Development, therefore, becomes cheaper and faster.
In general, React Native is a framework offering a lot of possibilities to developers who use it. The functionalities are adapted, fluid, and easy to use. It allows you to create high-performance native mobile applications while offering an excellent user interface (UI).
React Native starts with all the advantages of native cross-development frameworks over other hybrid cross-development frameworks such as Cordova, PhoneGap or Ionic. But it also has some additional advantages over other of its direct competitors:
On the contrary, the main disadvantages that React Native presents would be given by being a relatively recent technology, and therefore with a long way to go to cover the needs of complex applications, and because the debugging of the strictly native part of the applications can be more complicated because it is less accessible.
React Native follows the same principles based on the use of components, with the difference that these components will not be rendered through the virtual DOM that React.JS uses, but through the device's own native APIs.