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Best React Native App Development Services

Best React Native App Development Services

React Native has emerged as an excellent mobile app development tool owing to its amazing functionalities and features, as well as ease of development.

Why React Native?

It was early 2015 when Facebook launched React Native, a framework for building native apps using React. Since then, RN has been used by not just Facebook, but tech giants that include Microsoft, Walmart, Shopify, and Wix. Let’s take a look at the major reasons why one might select RN for their next mobile application or a new feature in an existing mobile app.

Cross-platform: Write once, use anywhere

Today, moving fast isn’t just an edge for tech companies — rather, it’s essential. Enormous competition demands companies to move at a faster pace with greater stability.

Managing three different frontend teams — Android, iOS, and web — for a single product is not easy for most companies. This isn’t costly just from a monetary perspective, it can also hinder the product’s pace. React Native allows teams to share up to 95 percent of their code across Android and iOS. This can be a huge benefit in the era of agile development.

There is also a possibility of sharing a React Native codebase with web as well. We will discuss this in the next section.

Best React Native App Development Services

React Native is the latest and among the most popular technology platforms which allows developers to create real mobile apps using only JavaScript. At the same time, developers can build cross-platform applications for both Android and iOS, thus saving both the time and cost involved in mobile app development.


Single Codebase

By using React Native for mobile app development app developers can run the same written code on both Android and iOS. Moreover when the develop mobile apps using React Native the code lines are shorter.

Higher Code Quality

The single codebase allows developers to write once and use it for multiple platforms. This helps improve the quality of code because it is more manageable.

No Rewriting

In case of React Native app development the native components in the library can be integrated into the mobile app’s code so that developers do not need to rewrite them.

Reusable Components

The building blocks provided by React Native allow developers to reuse ‘native components’ for Android and iOS apps. They can use simple methods to customize the components that can be reused.

Third Party Plugin Compatibility

When using React Native for mobile apps, developers can access the library to incorporate several third-party plugins into the application.

Ease of Optimization

Mobile app development using React Native allows developers to create fully optimized apps for both Android and iOS simultaneously.


The most important factor in our assessment about React Native’s future is the plan Facebook has for the library moving forward. Luckily, the plan for 2020 looks promising: Facebook is working on a whole new architecture for RN.

The motivation behind this new architecture is to establish what RN should look like in the next few years. The team is building this architecture piece by piece, and some of these pieces are already available in the current release of RN, including Hermes. Moreover, a few more pieces have already been tested at Facebook internally and will be available for the community soon.

The React Native core team has divided this whole revamp in three phases:

  1. Native modules
  2. New renderer
  3. Better initialization



I have been working with React Native at Peekaboo Guru for almost four years now. We have developed apps using React Native from scratch and used it to develop our SDK, which powers several consumer finance modules in many banking apps.

To date, it has been an amazing experience using React Native in both greenfield and brownfield apps. Furthermore, looking at all the awesome features that have been coming to React Native recently, IMHO it’s never been a better time to be a React Native developer.

I am happy to discuss your opinion of React Native’s future — feel free to share in the comments below.

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Written By Zeyaul Mustfa

August 25, 2020

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