Cross-platform solutions are gaining immense popularity, especially after the advent of frameworks that enable the building of native apps without the use of Java for Android or Swift for iOS.
Both Flutter and React Native have emerged as popular cross-platform development frameworks which are being leveraged by thousands of developers to develop cross-platform mobile applications. But many developers are in dilemma as to which one should they choose?
There’s no objective answer to this question as the answer itself depends on various factors such as what type of business you have and what are the use cases. If we have a look at React Native and Flutter, then both frameworks are top-notch having its own share of pros and cons.
There are few similarities between both the frameworks such as hot reloading, developing cross-platform apps with only one codebase, native features, excellent UI, and great tooling. However, they have a lot of differences too.
In this article, we will try to give a detailed comparison between the two frameworks by considering all the important technical aspects which will help you to decide which one you should go for. So, without further ado, let’s start.
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