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Reactnative is good for mobile development?

Discussion in 'Programming' started by HimanshuThakur, May 7, 2021.

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    React-native is good for mobile development? or should i use another language?
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    HimanshuThakur, May 7, 2021 IP
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  2. Efetobor Agbontaen

    Efetobor Agbontaen Active Member

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    First of all, React Native is not a Language.
    Secondly, I always suggest learning the native technologies. But if you must learn an Hybrid technology, I will suggest Flutter.

    I probably have not done enough tests but I find that Flutter Apps are more fluid than React Native Apps
     
    Efetobor Agbontaen, May 7, 2021 IP
  3. HimanshuThakur

    HimanshuThakur Greenhorn

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    #3
    Thanks for you suggestion, i will start this.
     
    HimanshuThakur, May 8, 2021 IP
  4. Jake Clarke

    Jake Clarke Peon

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    With the latest update of flutter, I also believe that Flutter is the way to go for mobile app development, and thus flutter developers have a good future too.
     
    Jake Clarke, Jun 30, 2021 IP
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    Since Flutter has already been mentioned a few times here. I'll suggest a few others you should check out if you find that flutter is not for you.
    1. React Native
    2. Ionic
    Just like Flutter both of these technologies are great if you're looking to get into cross-platform development. I recently came across this post that did a pretty good job in comparing the two - https://buttercms.com/blog/ionic-vs-react-native
     
    Javiah Mellony, Aug 3, 2021 IP
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    sarahk iTamer Staff

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    Another vote for flutter. I went to udacity during a sale and bought a number of courses, still deciding which is best. Very easy to learn if you have programming experience. Tightly typed which will no doubt make more sense with more complex apps but I have a number in the pipeline and already feeling confident that I'll be able to knock them out quickly.
     
    sarahk, Aug 3, 2021 IP
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    +1 for Flutter but Ionic is an interesting framework as well.
     
    FrogeHost, Aug 14, 2021 IP