React Native is a big deal, and people are getting very excited about it for two main reasons:
- React introduces a novel, radical and highly functional approach to constructing user interfaces. In brief, the application UI is simply expressed as a function of the current application state.
From their official documentation.
NativeScript enables developers to build native apps for iOS, Android and Windows Universal while sharing the application code across the platforms. When building the application UI, developers use our libraries, which abstract the differences between the native platforms.
via Using Local Notifications In Your Ionic Framework App.
Maybe you’re making an app that distributes reminders or requires some kind of notification. You don’t necessarily need push notifications, but you would still like notifications. This could be a challenging task in native Android and iOS development.
Lucky for us, we can make use of the Apache Cordova local notifications plugin created by Sebastian Katzer in our Ionic Framework project.
via React Native – Share Your Application Logic on Web and Mobile » Gofore.
Facebook’s recent Groups app uses React Native so it has already proven itself in production to some extent. In addition, it appears that a rich ecosystem of third party components is already developing.