How React Native App Development is different for iOS and Android Platformby John Smith Franticpro
Since the launch of react-native, it has been used frequently and thousands of mobile app development companies have adopted react native app development including known apps like Facebook, Instagram, Uber, Skype, and Pinterest.
Check out the development difference for both the platforms
One Codebase: It requires a single codebase for both the platforms, which makes it easy, time-saving and less resource usage. The slogan “Write once. Use everywhere” once became popular among developers when React Native was launched. But in case if the project requirement says that a specific OS has to be followed for each native platform then developers have to go for specific platform code, then a single code base is of no use.
Operating System: you can develop applications for the two frameworks - Android and iOS - with React Native, yet you can only with significant effort check if the application works on the two frameworks in case you're chipping away at a PC with Windows. Windows can't run XCode and its test system, which is a macOS-just application. This is a significant limiting circumstance, in light of the fact that XCode is an extremely accommodating tool and developers use it frequently when dealing with React Native Mobile App Development.
Hot Reloading: Any individual who has at any point worked in XCode or Eclipse/Android Studio knows how long and monotonous form time can be. React Native's answer for this issue is called hot reloading, which keeps the application running and saves the state, just infusing the changes that are being made in the code. Indeed, even without utilizing hot reloading, application developing time is altogether quicker utilizing React Native than on native iOS and Android,
Created on Oct 30th 2021 05:55. Viewed 250 times.