The Development of Mobile App
I have created some apps back in my day and although I have an entirely new work now as an IT professional, I still have some experience creating mobile apps.
Mobile app development is not a joke, at least, what it once was. You see, aside from learning the programming languages that are needed to create the application, you also need to have extensive knowledge of the tools and the frameworks you’re going to use.
I mainly did some Android Apps in my heyday. For you to create one, you need to have knowledge of Java and you need to know how to use the Android SDK (Software Development Kit).
It was a tiring and tedious process, but there is also a sense of pride and accomplishment as well.
Nowadays, you do not have to worry too much on learning many different programming languages because everything has become so simpler now that even junior developers can create apps with amazing performance and functionalities.
Once your application is built, you only need to build it once (which means that there are no more stages/prototypes along the way). So, you just have to do a little bit of coding, compile it, and it can be deployed more readily into the different app stores out there today.
Lesser Need for Bonafide Developers
What’s more, React Native allows you to create mobile applications that are not only available in multiple operating systems, but it also has the same performance of a true native app as well.
Because of its ease of use and robust feature set, the framework has been slowly adopted by many businesses and app development companies.
We would see more applications being created on a daily basis thanks to the simplification of mobile app development.