With the help of React Native, you can release a native app, which will run equally well on all the major technology ecosystems- iOS, Android, and Linux.
Initially, React Native was built by a Facebook engineer to manage its ads. In 2013, it was released as open-source code by Facebook, which was adopted by many organizations as well as some notable technology giants.
React Native can help you leverage your frontend skills to build impressive, faster, easier-to-build, and world-class applications.
Advantages Of React Native:
React Native code is a bunch of nested components. A Component is nothing but an HTML command, which is compiled with visual output. React Native codebase is a large pile of big components, with smaller components nested inside. The component handles its own opening and closing logic, along with the visual output.
Props And States
Props, or Properties, to React Native is what attributes are to HTML. Props and States of Native represent the communication channel within each other. React Props help in reducing code duplication as the flow is uni-directional, and also support in maintaining object sync, which can be a big headache for the new developers.