Why do we use it?
Time–saving and great performance
With React Native you no longer need to choose which version of your app you want to build and launch first. Because this is a cross-platform, meaning it is compatible with both Android and iOS, we only really need to build one app. In addition of being time saving, natively written code also enable s it to function the same way on both platforms with no lags at all.
If at some point in the future you desire to move the app to another development framework we don’t need to start over. We can easily export the app from React Native and move it into Android Studio or Xcode and continue from there. It also offers a feature called hot reloading which enables us to immediately view the changes we’ve made to the code which comes in handy when experimenting with the app’s features.
With React Native both of your apps can be updated at the same time and the whole process is much simpler. Improvements can be updated even as users are using the app and there is no longer need to wait for your apps to be manually approved by Apple and Android. This ultimately saves time and makes the process much more seamless.