Published on April 13th, 2021 | by Bibhuranjan0
These tendencies have a simple explanation. With a hybrid approach, by writing the code once, you can get an application that works stably on most popular platforms (iOS, Android). Although some improvements will still be required, this approach is more versatile than developing native applications for different platforms.
The main benefit of React Native for building mobile apps is that a developer doesn’t have to write two separate apps in different languages. The same code base can be used for both systems. At the same time, the framework even adjusts the graphical elements to the platform.
On the other hand, using the languages native to iOS or Android also has its advantages. The native development environment has direct access to all APIs and platform functionality without additional restrictions or dependencies. Android Studio or xCode also allows many third party libraries to be used, and all available languages are strongly typed, resulting in fewer bugs. Finally, in the long run, it’s better to use your native language and development environment.
Dynamic languages are usually high-level, so you don’t waste time fixing details in your code and focus on learning programming concepts.
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