How to convert your Native Android & iOS app to React Native?

Eight years back, Mark Zuckerberg stated, “The biggest mistake we made as a company was betting too much on HTML5 as opposed to native”. Owing to this, he promised to come back with better user experience.

Six years back, React Native was released at the ReactJS conference of Facebook in Feb 2015. In March 2015, the React Native was introduced as an open-source platform. React Native doesn’t require CSS or HTML. Instead, the React Native developers write native code in Java or Objective-C.

When the owner of a platform with billions of end users makes a shift, it is more likely to turn into a revolution. And, the same thing happened with React Native. Some of the people starting off digitally were and are convinced to opt for the framework, and so they built apps with React Native.

The scalability and the ease of complexity that the framework holds is matchless, and the app provides an enhanced user experience.

READ MORE : How to convert your Native Android & iOS app to React Native?

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Written by Nomanshaikh
Noman Shaikh is a Digital Marketing Head at Fixlastmile which is known for developing top-notch last mile delivery Software. He believes in sharing his strong knowledge base with leaned concentration on entrepreneurship and business.
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