Hello readers! In the previous blog, we discussed the Risks Involved in Mobile Application Development-2020 . In this blog post, let us explore how React Native can solve the aforementioned risks associated with app development.
From Instagram to Skype, thousands of amazing and popular apps are built using this technology. Not just giant tech companies but several startups are also using React Native as integral part of their development environment.
What’s the big deal? Well, let’s get started with the blog to find the answer…
#1. Building An App That Your Target Users Will Love
The most crucial aspect of building a new app is validating the idea in the target market before building the whole product. The best way to achieve this is by creating MVP (Minimum Viable Product) and getting the product into the user’s hand before it hits the market. This provides organizations with valuable feedback from potential users and analytical information that can be used to fine-tune the product ensuring better engagement and customer satisfaction.
This is where React Native comes into the picture, the framework helps businesses build MVPs at an incredibly faster pace leveraging modern technologies.
#2. Compelling User Experience (UX) with React Native
User experience plays a vital role in determining the success of any app. One of the biggest attractions of the React Native framework is its ability to deliver truly Native like experience. Unlike other frameworks, it converts the same source code into native components on both iOS and Android platforms. This enables the app to deliver truly-native and stunning user experience.
#3.App Maintenance Made Easy
Unlike their native counterparts React Native apps come with low maintenance. Built using a
a single codebase, the apps do not need regular troubleshooting,updating, versioning or patching. Thus, making overall app maintenance cost-effective, less time-consuming, and resource-intensive.
#4. Scalable Apps At Hybrid Speed
Powered by Facebook, community-driven React Native framework has acquired immense scalability over the years. With millions of app users, developers and enthusiasts across the globe, the framework is known to offer much-needed performance and scalability.
#5. Build Cost-Effective Apps Supporting Multiple Platforms
Budget is the biggest constraint faced by numerous businesses while developing apps supporting multiple platforms. Writing separate codes for different platforms incurs a huge cost for organizations. However, the React Native framework is a whole new ball game and solves this problem. It enables developers to build apps for multiple platforms using a single codebase. This helps save up to 40% Mobile Application Development cost and allows businesses to tap future growth opportunities.
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