- But then I saw that the React team was working on framework called React Native that would work on both iOS & Android (despite the Android version coming out much later)…GAMECHANGER.
- Neither the React Native code for iOS or Android was available yet but just the fact that a large team like the Facebook Dev group was working on a solution like this got me excited enough to start all my new web projects in React.
- I just mention Live Reload first because when switching between React Native and Swift and/or Java…or Objective-C, it is the first thing you notice in speed of development.
- While you certainly won’t just be copying the same code you wrote from the web application and pasting it into the iOS and Android version expecting it to work, there are a lot of reusable modules between platforms.
@reactdayberlin: 5 reasons why you should use React Native for your next app idea #ReactNative
After starting building my side projects in Meteor to get used to using the framework I quickly realized that it was somewhat of a black box of code and some things like authentication just magically started working. While every non-coder may think what we do is magic sometimes, every programmer knows that if it can magically start working out of no where, it can also start magically breaking without the knowledge of knowing how to fix it.