How is React JS different from React Native?

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React js development services has been growing like a weed and now remote react native developer has taken such lead in the market. Let's understand why?

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How is React JS different from React Native React has been growing like a weed and now React  Native has taken such lead in the market    Life is nothing without the web and mobile. Technology is not just in trend  but has become an essential need for people today and social media plays  a vital role in it.  Talking about technologies did you know Facebook brought ​React.Js​ and  React Native. It was ​react js​ development services that first came to  market and won the hearts of developers in a short span of time. Within  two years of the initial release of React Facebook also brought along  ReactNative.

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Let’s understand these two technologies and try to find out why both of  these have been on a rage for application development today.  The first one is meant for developing web applications whereas the latter  focuses on developing cross-platform mobile apps. Although both  technologies have much in common in this blog posts enables us to  understand both of them and their differences.  Let’s begin.  First we want to let you know why these application development  technologies came into existence. The social media giant brought these  technologies to simplify and accelerate the creation of web and mobile  user interfaces using a powerful and widely familiar programming language  – Javascript.  Interestingly the idea worked out so well that it’s been five years and there  is no sign of any other programming language or framework pushing these  future-focused technologies behind. Of course React and ReactNative  doesn’t try to beat each other besides uplifting each other in different work  situations and use-cases.  Let’s understand what you obtain when you use them in  Web Mobile Application Development

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React.js  First things first React is simply a library rather than a framework. It helps  developers build UI for web apps that require regular changeable data.  Through the prism of ​MVC​ React is simply and only the ‘V’ or ‘View’ in it.  It is more than any typical template engine library because it leverages  much of JavaScript to get things done.  Unlike other monolithic frameworks such as ember and angular it is just a  thin library for the View Layer. It allows the reactjs development company  to have the freedom to use it with its current implementation easily. With  this React.js facility UI development has become much simpler than ever.  Using the same piece of code it is possible to pin chat messages or load  photos in a view.  There is also the universal rendering which means an application will be  fast beyond what you are used to. React.js brings server-side goodies for  you such as better SEO and even lets you use the same code on the server  and client side. Applications act faster and more responsive within less  work. It works well with Android desktop iOS or Mobile hence pronounced  as a true full stacker.

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In a nutshell React.js is tremendously helpful in solving many of the  compatibility issues and redundancies that Facebook discovered when  trying to make their user interfaces responsive to data. To this date the  tool has been used by almost all the existing popular app choices such as  Netflix Whatsapp Dropbox and the list goes on.  ReactNative  ReactNative is the offspring of React.Js with the same name and its main  purpose is to bring the power of React to Native Development. It was  designed to turn Java and C into compile targets for React JavaScript.  Although this doesn’t meet the Write Once Run Anywhere promise of some  hybrid applications like Ionic and Cordova it does offer native performance  – a feature that can’t be beaten.  The components of React Native are pure and allow side-effect-free  functions that return what the views look like at any point in time.  It enables remote react native developer to write state-dependent views as  you don’t have to care about updating the view when the state changes  since the framework do this for you.  The UI is rendered using actual native views so the final user experience is  not as bad as other solutions that simply render a web component inside a

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WebView. Though developers write code for the apps in Javascript while  the framework allows producing platform-specific features that require  computing power with native plugins. Here is how:  1. WebKit runs Javascript logic that produces virtual DOM  2. Virtual DOM is reconciled on the JS side  3. JS sends instructions on how to change the native view hierarchy  through JS-to-native bridge  4. The native view hierarchy is updated  When developers work with this framework they don’t need to be experts in  languages such as Java/Kotlin/Objective-C/Swift unless the project  requires to leverage the framework’s potential and mix JS with the native  code.  The Difference between the two  “React.Js” stands for Web Application Development whereas a new  technology “React Native” is applicable for Mobile Application  Development.

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Front end development is a crucial part of both web and mobile app  development. And that’s where React offers ground-breaking solutions.  Javascript is pretty much good in front end development and proved to be  efficient to perform the development of a dynamic web application. So  here is one more adaptable way for that has arrived React.js comes into  the picture to help with the easier front-end development.  With the efficiency of JavaScript and the paradigms in React ​react native  consulting services​ ​offers a solution for hybrid mobile apps which always  lose to native apps in terms of speed and responsiveness.  Using ReactNative a developer could make a native app for multiple  platforms. ReactNative along with the paradigms of React gives us an  excellent new technology and the tools needed to create a native app  controlled by JS.

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To help you better understand how to react makes a difference from  ReactNative above we have already shared a table that better demonstrate  the difference as well as similarities between two.  Conclusion  Since we are wrapping up our blog about React and ReactNative and their  differences let’s sum up some takeaways from the above.

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Hope the above information is helpful to understand React.js and React  Native and the basic differences between the two technologies. How you  implement the concept of React in your project development