Ionic vs React Native: Which One is Better?

Ionic vs React Native: Which One is Better?
#Ionic #React #ReactNative

  • The top two hybrid and native program creation frameworks are Ionic React Native respectively.
  • Among the greatest advantages of the React Native, Ionic, and other similar frameworks (for example, Xamarin) is the availability of such useful capacities as: – – – – The ability to make a developer’s working routine significantly more convenient.
  • However, one of the most recent innovations and advantages of the Ionic framework was the development of the so-called Ionic Native – a set of Cordova plugin TypeScript wrappers that smoothes the functioning of native elements and makes them launch change detection in Angular.
  • Read also: TOP 7 JavaScript Libraries That Worth Your Attention – – – – Ionic vs React Native – First and foremost, the differences between Ionic and RN lie in the fact that they propose dissimilar approaches towards the application development.
  • Unlike the Ionic framework, React Native lets you build a mobile application with the standard UI blocks.

In this article, we provide you with a quick overview of the React Native comparison with Ionic. Find here our personal verdict as for which platform to choose. Just keep in mind, that both platforms have numerous advantages to please you.
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Why I decided to move from Android to React Native – CloudBoost

Why I decided to move from Android to #reactnative

  • There were several reasons why I chose React Native as my new framework and I want to share with you which were these reasons :Frequently, I use some applications which are built with React Native such as Booking, Airbnb, Facebook and Instagram.
  • Their animations, performance and UI are almost native and It is difficult to feel and see difference between Android Native and React application.Another thing I saw was that big companies are starting implement and get involved on React Native.
  • But I could not say the same of React Native here is an example.I made a retrospective about all applications I have made so far in order to found which of them could not be built on React Native.
  • Common features I am talking about List, Sign in, Social Logins, Video player, Audio player, Image render, Forms, Tabs, Details views, Navigation and Animations.Write one and run everywhere, it is well know that if you write a React Native you can run on Android and iOS.
  • It’s also easy to build part of your app in React Native, and part of your app using native code directly — that’s how the Facebook app works.Sooner or later as Android Developer you will have to learn Kotlin.In conclusion, React Native is a framework cross-platform that has been well built and…

I have been an Android Developer for 4 years. During this time I have had the opportunity to development several Android applications. But since 2 months ago I started coding a new application called…
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The 14-Point Checklist Every React Native Developer Needs In Their Toolkit

The 14-Point Checklist Every #reactnative Developer Needs In Their Toolkit

  • React Native has caught a lot of hype recently, yet the ecosystem still sort of a wild-west when it comes to tooling decisions (as with all things JavaScript).
  • If you’re just getting started with RN, or you are experienced and are about to start a new project, here are the tools I recommend that you add to your React Native repertoire: – – Thanks for checking out this article!

Supercharge your RN development with these tools!
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#ReactNative – Pros and Cons #100DaysOfCode #coding #react #reactjs @reactnewsletter @ReactJSNews

  • When we first heard about React Native, a framework that enables building an app for multiple platforms, we were thrilled.
  • One team, one codebase and the potential to scale an app for iOS and Android using a fracture of resources required in native development is a great promise.
  • A few years ago, Facebook officially announced React Native, a powerful framework with the promise of cross-platform compatibility.
  • The major selling point of React Native is shorter development time.
  • Facebook puts a lot of resources to ensure React Native’s reliability and also to guarantee a constant development of the platform.

React Native: One team, one codebase and potential to scale an app for iOS and Android using a fracture of resources required in native development is a great promise.
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The 14-Point Checklist Every React Native Developer Needs In Their Toolkit

  • React Native has caught a lot of hype recently, yet the ecosystem still sort of a wild-west when it comes to tooling decisions (as with all things JavaScript).
  • If you’re just getting started with RN, or you are experienced and are about to start a new project, here are the tools I recommend that you add to your React Native repertoire:

    Thanks for checking out this article!

Supercharge your RN development with these tools!
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What we learned after using React Native for a year

  • We had faced some performance issues while using these APIs.
  • If we want to push an update after fixing a bug, we usually have to wait for 3 to 4 days to send a fix to the users.
  • If your use case is simple, Then you don’t have to touch any of the native code.
  • React Native community is slowly moving many animations to native, and the performance is much better than before.
  • Many people were asking me which one to choose Native script or React Native.

At Witworks we have been developing the Blink smartwatch, which runs on a customised version of Android called Marvin. We have also been building companion.
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Why Exponent on React Native, especially for Clojurescript – Medium

  • I wish I could write every RN app on Exponent!
  • Well, Exponent lets you write native apps in purely JS (or languages compiled to JS) that work across both IOS and Android.
  • Detach from Exponent(Alert: under development).
  • You start with Exponent, later if you need custom native modules, you can run the detach command to create XCode & Android Studio projects and put an ExponentView at the root.
  • Once lymchat was successfully published on Exponent, I got a link: https: [email protected] /lymchat .

Never heard about Exponent? “Why Exponent on React Native, especially for Clojurescript” is published by Tienson Qin
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