Build platform-specific native apps for iOS and Android
- Generate platform-specific code that automates and optimizes project work.
- Ready-to-use user UX libraries in the ecosystem allow a smoother interface experience.
- Development takes less time thanks to the Hot Reloading function, which automatically reloads the mobile application.
Products we built for our clients with React Native
Why React Native?
Choose React Native for mobile app development?
React native allows developers to build platform-specific native apps using one programming language. This means faster and more effective development without compromising the quality. In addition, apps on both iOS and Android can be maintained by one team of developers.
Easy native development
React native enables developing native apps with platform-agnostic native components for faster delivery.
As soon as you save the code, changes are visible immediately. This speeds up iterative work without waiting for native builds to finish.
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Let’s build it together
If you are building a digital product, you need a reliable, stable, and
technologically advanced partner who will take care of building a team of experienced developers so that you can focus on your business.
At Vazco, we’ve been developing web and mobile apps
since 2009 and have completed dozens of projects. Our clients have benefitted from a mature approach of our engineers, testers, product owners, and designers.
Being located in Wrocław, Poland - a 1M urban area and a major academic and technological hub - gives us
access to great talents.
Frequently asked questions
Here are answers to some of the most common questions asked by our Clients about React Native technology.
Is React and React Native the same thing?
Yes, and no, but mostly no.
The react philosophy is "Learn once; write everywhere", an alternative approach than "Write once; run everywhere".
This means that if you learn React's philosophy, you can effectively write both React and React Native code. But does not mean that code written for one will work for another. This is because both frameworks target different environments. React is for web-based applications and manages HTML. React Native is for native mobile apps (iOS, Android, and others) and uses native components.
When React Native is a good fit?
React Native is a good fit for building a native mobile application without a need for separate iOS and Android development teams.
While it's not the only cross-platform solution on the market, it gains a lot from React's popularity. Developers with frontend experience can quickly grasp the concepts and be productive working on mobile applications. And one team of developers instead of three means lower costs and a more consistent product.
Is React Native better than Cordova?
They are different, so it depends on the use case.
If you already have a web app and need a 1:1 copy available from the stores, Cordova/PhoneGap/Capacitor would probably be a better choice. Creating a mobile app from the web app's source code would require only one codebase to maintain and yield results quicker.
But if the app's primary target is mobile and must be optimized for the mobile experience, then going with React Native would be a better approach in the long run. Native components give better performance and an "app feeling" that Cordova sometimes lacks.