What Makes React Native the Future of Hybrid App Development?

What Makes React Native the Future of Hybrid App Development? (May-2017)

  • Presently, numbers of mobile app developers have started using React Native to develop mobile apps.
  • When a mobile app developer starts developing apps using specific platform and programming language such as Java for Android or Swift/Objective-C for iOS, the application is known as a native.
  • All About The Benefits of React Native Useful in Hybrid App Development

    Highly Portable

    Facilitates developer to port almost half of the app code to another platform.

  • Conclusion

    React Native is popularly used for hybrid app development due to its number of benefits.

  • Reusability of code, highly portable, focused UI, compatibility for third party app integration as well as enhance the efficiency of developers has made react native popular for Hybrid app development.

React Native is popularly used for hybrid app development due to its number of benefits. Check out why it is good for your next hybrid app development project.
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React Native- The Future of Hybrid Mobile Apps development by Alesia Nik

React Native- The Future of Hybrid Mobile Apps development

#mobileapp #appdev #tech #hybrid

  • And now, after the development of React native- the latest framework for hybrid mobile apps development, this is going to be even much better.
  • The Facebook’s React Native is a JavaScript framework for writing real, natively rendering mobile apps for both iOS and Android platforms.
  • Mobile applications development with React Native is beneficial since the developers can push the updates to the users phone without having to go through the app store update cycle, thanks to the extensive use of Javascript.
  • React Native covers renowned UI library of Facebook, ReactJS for web applications and carries DOM abstractions, make the programming for hybrid mobile apps development easier and effective, serving user with higher performance.
  • The Bottom line is that the React Native has taken the hybrid mobile applications development process to the next level.

With the increasing competition in the market, companies are looking forward to address a larger group of users and the best way of this is developing a hybrid mobile app. The hybrid mobile apps are p…
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Animations In React.js – Duncan maina – Medium

Animations In React.js  #javascript

  • ReactCSSTransitionGroup requires three elements to work.A ReactCSSTransitionGroup elementAt least one item to render outCss to specify the animation type.The ReactCSSTransitionGroup element wraps the content that you want to appear with css transitionName=”example” …transition options… { items } /ReactCSSTransitionGroupThis element must be initiated with a transitionName, which tells react which css animation to render out.
  • The transitionName gets translated to a class name that you select in css, followed by the transition property..example-appear { opacity: { opacity: 1; transition: opacity 2s ease-in;}In this example the element will fade in from the background starting at an opacity of 0.01 to an opacity of 1 in two seconds.React.js allows you to set animations to elements in your react application with ReactCSSTransitionGroup api.
  • This allows other developers to get an idea of the exact state of the program at any given time.ReactCSSTransitionGroup works well for simple css animations but other options exist for more complex animations ie: animations that involve motion.
  • It also contains many of the popular animations styles such as: bouceOut, bounce, bounceIn, fadeIn , fadeOut , flip , headShake , jello, rotateOut , rotateOutDownLeft , rotateOutDownRight , rubberBand , { bounce } from ‘react-animations’;import { StyleSheet, css } from ‘aphrodite’;const styles = StyleSheet.create({ bounce: { animationName: bounce, animationDuration: ‘1s’ }})try them out at : for a full list of animations and instructions on usage see Motion: a javascript library that handles the physics of component animation and provides an easy to use api for accessing those animations.
  • find more information here: Nash Vail also wrote a great tutorial on motion that can be found here: defaultStyle={{x: 0}} style={{x: spring(10)}} {interpolatingStyle = div style={interpolatingStyle} /}/MotionReact Flip Move: react flip move is a library that allows you to animate flips for your react components.

Css Animations in react.js are handled through the ReactCSSTransitionGroup Api. It provides a way to perform css when components enter or leave the DOM. ReactCSSTransitionGroup requires three…
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8 Reasons Why React.JS is the Best Technology to Develop Kickass Web and Mobile Apps

8 reasons why #reactjs is the best technology to develop kickass web and mobile apps.

  • Any JavaScript developer would find it easy to comprehend the basics of React JS and start developing web apps using this technology within a few days of mastering the docs and tutorials.
  • One of the main reasons to opt for React JS for the web and mobile app development is the JavaScript library.
  • That is why React JS is steadily gaining popularity among the developers of the web and mobile apps.
  • If you are a developer who is concerned with single page applications and want to come up with fast, user-friendly, and responsive apps, React JS is definitely a worthy choice.
  • Considering the advantages offered by this technology, there is no reason why React JS won’t be welcomed by developers in pursuit of creating advanced web and mobile apps.

So what makes React JS a preferred technology to develop kickass web and mobile apps? We list down 8 top reasons in support of it. 1. Easy to learn and master. 2. Simple to write components
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At a glance: React Native for building apps

A brief intro to building apps with React Native  by Luis Pinto

  • React Native is a framework for building native apps using React and JavaScript.
  • Thousands of apps are using React Native, from established Fortune 500 companies to hot new startups.
  • As I said before, React Native is an open source platform, and apps that use open source modules for React are quite common.
  • During the process of creating this color wheel, my team and I developed this open source package for everyone who wants to create a dial on React Native.
  • From my point of view, React Native will be one of the frameworks companies will use for building their native apps in the near future.

Learn more about React Native, a framework for building native apps using React and JavaScript.
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Angular, React, and Vue: What’s Coming in 2017?

Angular, React, and Vue: What's Coming in 2017?  #javascript #angular2 #reactjs #vuejs

  • We’ve chosen to focus on these three JavaScript frameworks for 2017.
  • Not left behind Angular 1 versions (1.5 and 1.6), steadily adding to one of the most popular frameworks.
  • The Angular team at Google has made a few significant changes to the framework in the past year.
  • Not only Angular 4, the tentative release schedule up to Angular version 7 has also been released.
  • It was then considered a framework for the niche now developers compare this to other established frameworks like Angular or React.

Let’s review the year of 2016 for Angular, React, and Vue.js and look ahead to see what coming for these popular JavaScript frameworks in 2017 and beyond.
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Best Javascript Frameworks: React, Redux, MobX, Vue

Best #Javascript frameworks: #ReactJS, #Redux, #MobX, #VueJS

  • You can use React alone for smaller projects, but larger projects need a framework to handle your application’s structure.
  • If you asked me which Javascript framework is the “best” framework, I would say Vue.
  • Just like Redux, MobX can be used with most Javascript frameworks, but it’s most commonly used with React.
  • You don’t need frameworks until your application’s codebase grows and becomes unmanageable.
  • If you’re new to Javascript frameworks, I would not recommend MobX because it doesn’t enforce a good application structure.

I often get asked “which Javascript framework should I use?” My answer is usually “it depends, but probably React.” jQuery jQuery is a Javascript library…
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