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React Native App Development​ over

React Native App Development has been made famous after Facebook and
Instagram got famous. React Native is a successor of React, which is a JavaScript
code library produced and launched in 2013 on Github.
While Ionic is also a framework intended towards hybrid mobile app
development using HTML5, React Native on the other hand is a quick platform
to build apps using JavaScript. Both are different, but later one proves to be
more efficient. So, let’s see the difference between both and find out why ​React
Native App Development​ has become popular over last few years.

Why you should choose React Native App Development over
● React Native, although a JavaScript library, has an entirely different
architecture. It means that a ​React Native Developer will make use
of the component model to achieve the native views and
functionality. This reduces the add-on burden of coding the user
● On the other hand, Ionic uses HTML, JavaScript and CSS to create a
normal web based application. It has a webview, which doesn’t run
on a mobile browser, rather it runs inside the native app.
● React Native works towards bridging the gap between native
component and JavaScript. Whereas, Ionic uses the webview of
Android to ensure the small size of file.
● Ionic, as compared to React Native, uses more memory. At the
same time, it is a bit slow - for example, it loads the videos slowly.
Whereas, React Native uses cache to load the files faster.
● Client based JavaScript modules are used by React Native for
integration purpose, whereas Ionic utilizes Cordova code.
● When a code is written in Ionic, it is written only once. While codes
written in React Native can be written as needed and run as many
times as required.
● React Native is able to access API or any device component, but any
mobile app made using Ionic Framework app requires plugins to
access the device features and APIs.

As you are now aware of the major differences between the functionalities of
these platforms, you can understand how ​React Native App Development has
become much more prevalent in the last few years. This platform will help you
to build high-performance Android and iOS mobile applications as required.
However, if you require to build hybrid mobile application, then you should
rather go with with Ionic.

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