Sigma Solve is a prominent company in the field of developing React Native Mobile Applications. We are listed as one of the 20 most promising Mobility Solutions companies in the USA by CIO Review Magazine, and our Native app development capabilities are a huge part of the “why.” We leverage Facebook’s React Hybrid applications to develop robust business grade application solutions that mimic Native application development.
Code Re-Usability Reduces Overall Development Time
With Native React, theoretically, the development effort is cut by half. In practice, the cost savings is slightly lower but still more than enough to make the investment worth your while. According to recent calculations, about 90 percent of the code can be reused between Android and iOS, but it would be wise to calculate some extra time for practical modifications as well.
Support Cross Platform Makes Development Fast & Easy
The React Native architecture is very well tuned to mobile devices. It makes use of the GPU (Graphics Processing Unit), while native platforms are more ‘CPU (Central Processing Unit) intensive’. Compared to hybrid technologies – which was the only option for cross-platform in the past – React Native is superfast.
Easy to Adopt
The same advantage already mentioned for using React is highlighted again here: the modular and intuitive interface makes it very easy for other developers to delve into someone else’s project and build upon it. This increases the flexibility within a development team, and makes it easier to create updates and upgrades to web applications. There are considerable advantages to using such a community-driven environment including the availability for a huge team of enthusiastic JS and native developers who are willing to share their knowledge, expertise, and huge catalogues of freely available components.
There are many advantages to React Native including a rich developer community, and open source capabilities. High speed and agility over the development process makes React one of the most noteworthy technologies on the market today to develop Mobile Applications.
React Native might be considered as the mobile next step after React: It builds on the React idea, yet allows you to create powerful mobile applications. In fact, React Native features an interesting extra that you will not find in the native frameworks: the ‘live reload’ feature, enabling you to immediately see the result of the latest change made to the code. If you have two windows open – one containing the code and the other showing a mobile screen as a result of the code – you can immediately see the effect of the change in one screen.
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