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On the state of platforms: React Native, Flutter, iOS, React


Building High Quality Mobile Apps with React Native

Submitted by Parashuram (@axemclion1) on Wednesday, 6 February 2019

Technical level: Intermediate

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React Native lets you build mobile apps using JavaScript. It uses the same design as React, letting you compose a rich, platform specific mobile UI using declarative components.
In this talk, we will look at the architecture of React Native, and how it can be leveraged to build high quality applications. We will look at sharing business logic between websites built using React and mobile apps built using React Native. We will look at the various developer productivity tricks with React Native that help us build high quality mobile applications quickly.


  • Using Javascript to build mobile application
  • Comparing Cordova/Phonegap/Ionic, React Native, NativeScript and Flutter
  • Understand the React Native architecture
  • Getting up and running with React Native quickly
  • Leveraging native libraries and modules for platform specific tasks
  • A quick introduction to React Native performance.

Speaker bio

Parashuram works at Facebook on the React Native. He has been working on building tools for JavaScript based Mobile app development frameworks for a while and is also a committer in the Apache Cordova project.


  • Anthony Abbott (@anthonyabbott1) 8 months ago

    You mean a native app? We have one within, but it would violate the App Store Strategies which prevent apps that can install apps as well from other causes. Maybe this will modification in the future.

  • angila louis (@angila) 7 months ago

    Flutter and React native are the two main development frameworks which are competing to prove their worth and that they are the host of the cross-platform mobile app development. React Native vs Flutter is the most popular topic in 2018 and 2019. flutter is introduced by google and react native was introduced by facebook.

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