Flutter Vs React Native

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Are you planning to develop a mobile app? Choosing the right mobile app framework is crucial for your first application. Here is what you need to about Flutter and React Native for an amazing app.

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F l u t t e r V s R ea ct N a t i v e

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Do you have an app idea and want to bring it to life If cross-platform application attracts you you’ll love this Presentation. Today we are talking about two popular open-source frameworks of our time that is winning over the developer’s community Flutter and React Native. Reactive performances code usability on different platforms reusable blocks of User Interface are some of the reasons to pick one of these frameworks. Introduction

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FLUTTER PLATFORM

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What is Flutter Flutter is also an open source Software Development Kit developed by Google for designing premium native interfaces on IOS Android. It uses Google’s language Dart. Similar to JavaScript it has an optional built-in type of safety support. It works with existing code which has been created by participants and organizations around the world.

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1. Release date Google started Flutter in 2017 and slowly started seeing the colossal adaptation. 2. Stateful hot reloading Hot reloading is something in which developers write codes save the code and hit reload on a mobile app react mobile app and reload like a webpage. Flutter Includes hot reloading as compare to native app

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3. Term Popularity

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4. Language Flutter uses Dart as a programming language which is easy to understand for Java developers as it supports most of the object oriented concept. 5. Components Flutter developers get tons of open source components designed by Google team. It comes with everything needed to quickly render the UI including widgets for material design and Cupertino.

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REACT NATIVE PLATFORM

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What is React Native Facebook created React Native as an open source framework for cross-platform mobile applications. It was launched to create a real and native rendering mobile app. As a mixture of JavaScript and XML-esque markup language it comes with the potential to manage both iOS and Android app with a single code base.

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1. Release date Facebook released React Native in 2015 so by now it is already a mature tool and has a huge community. 2. Stateful hot reloading React Native includes hot reloading which is super fast compared to how other native apps recompile in XCode and Android Studio. If there is any error developers can experiment and fix bugs in no time.

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3. Term Popularity

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4. Language React Native uses JavaScript as a programming language. A vast community of the programmers are already working on JavaScript so migrating into the React Native is much easier for them rather than learning a whole new Dart programming language 5. Components React Native developers get many built-in components as the core framework offers just UI rendering and device access APIs. However developers can create any of the components by using third-party libraries.

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Check some of the popular apps made on both of these frameworks:

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SUMMARIZING THE ATTRIBUTE DIFFERENCES

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Conclusion The choice of frameworks is generally made depending upon the project type its requirement owner’s budget deadline and many more factors. You must leverage the support of your mobile app development team to find the best solution for your app idea.