Mobile App

Mobile App Development

Mobile application development no longer requires you to learn complex programming languages. Knowledge of web-based languages like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript is enough to build awesome looking high performing native applications.

If you are running on limited resources and time, there are some great frameworks available that can help you build cross-platform apps using a single codebase. Being a leading mobile app development company, we have collected and listed the top ten mobile app development frameworks of 2020.

Note: To view each mobile app development framework with its features and app examples, click on the particular framework. After clicking on each app development framework, three sub-menus will be opened like Intro, Features, and App Examples. Happy Reading!



React Native  Intro

React Native is one of the most popular JavaScript frameworks used for cross-platform mobile application development. It’s open source and allows you to build apps for Android and iOS platforms simultaneously.

React Native is developed by Facebook and gaining a lot of traction in recent years. This framework significantly reduces the development time and help you build reliable, powerful, and quality applications in less time.

Moreover, as you can use the same code base for both Android and iOS, React Native help save a lot of resources which can be further used in promotion and up-gradation of the applications.

  • Cross Platform Development: React Native was initially available for iOS platform only. However, due to its great performance, now, it supports both the platforms. In this framework, instead of using Swift, Kotlin or Java, you will be putting those building blocks together using JavaScript and React. Hence, it allows the developers to build apps for Android and iOS platforms simultaneously. This reduces the development cost to a greater extent.
  • Reusable Components: React Native allows the developers to reuse the components. Using it one they directly compile the blocks with the native app. Both Android and iOS are having their counterparts in React, that delivers the fast and consistent results across all the platforms.
  • Ease of Maintenance: When it comes to maintenance of React Native projects, there’s nothing difficult or to be worried about. As React Native requires you to only maintain a single code base for both the platform, companies can assign a single team for both the versions of apps.

Furthermore, it uses heavy javascript which makes moving from one project to another quite simpler for developers. You can even use the Live Reload feature to verify the effect of codes instantly.

Here’re the examples of apps built with React Native framework: