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Why choosing React Native ?

React Native offers several advantages for mobile app development. It allows for cross-platform development, reducing time and effort. With its use of React, developers can create interactive and responsive user interfaces. The framework provides access to a vast library of pre-built components, enabling rapid development and consistent UI/UX

Additionally, React Native's hot reload feature speeds up iterations, and its active community ensures ongoing support and updates. Overall, React Native is a powerful choice for building feature-rich mobile applications efficiently.

Key Advantages


React Native allows developers to build apps that work seamlessly on both iOS and Android platforms, using a single codebase. This eliminates the need for separate development teams and reduces time and costs associated with maintaining two separate codebases.

Reusability of code

With React Native, developers can write code once and reuse it across different platforms. This code reusability significantly speeds up development, enhances consistency, and reduces the chance of introducing bugs or inconsistencies.

Native-like performance

React Native utilizes native components and APIs, ensuring that the app delivers a native-like experience in terms of performance, look, and feel. It achieves this by rendering UI components directly using the platform's native UI elements, resulting in a smooth and responsive user interface.

Fast development cycles

React Native's hot reload feature allows developers to see the changes they make to the code instantly, without needing to recompile the entire application. This speeds up the development process, enables quick iterations, and facilitates faster bug fixing and testing.

We ensure code quality by using the best development practises, code reviews, pair programming, regular refactoring and a single coding standard, to which all programmers adhere.