Introducing React Native and React Js
React Native allows developers to enable the app to take advantage of device features. Features like GPS, Rotate, Zoom and more. This is done by having less memory resources and faster loading speed. Using React Native has made the app work better and better.
Popular applications that use React Native include FaceBook, Bloomberg, Instagram, SoundCloud Pulse, Gyroscope.
Features of React Native
Being a component and being able to use components in other projects as well as using other people’s components makes it both easier and faster (Thousands of Components for Thousands of Work)
Much easier to build nice user interface for the app (due to the css-like and jsx style) you see skype also revised up and joined Ricketype recently.
No restrictions for you. You can write java, swift code, where necessary, to create your own nitro components. (Of course you have every component you need, but this is for sure).
A good front end can do a good job of setting up Nitik Rickets, and the Android and Ios developers who have worked before Nitos can be absorbed by learning the basics of Nitik Rickets.
You can work without any knowledge of Native languages and you just have to learn the rules of the app and its differences with the web.
You don’t need to use Android Studio to develop the Android app and xcode for ios and you can enjoy and enjoy any editor freely.