React Native Vs. Ionic – Disruptive Cross Platform App Development

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By EvinceDev, Junior Member on 13th November 2019, 08:52 AM
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Do you know that by 2020, there will be more than 6.1 billion mobile users?

Mobile app development is slowly becoming a mainstream digital solution and the number of apps on the app stores keeping on increasing rapidly. Today number of businesses are coming up with the need to get mobile apps to build. For them, it poses a critical solution that can be very helpful in expanding their business. Today different technologies and frameworks have come up to meet the ever-changing business needs. The popularity of cross-platform app development is increasing too. However, there is always a point of debate when it comes to choosing the right platform for app development.
5th March 2020, 12:08 PM |#2  
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React Native Vs. Ionic
React Native: React Native is an open-source mobile application framework designed by Facebook.

=> Advantages of React Native
1) Multiple platforms:
2) It is cheaper
3) Easy to find developers for your mobile app
4) Facebook supports it
5) Offers UI/UX focused development
6) Third-party plug-in support

Ionic: The framework concentrates on developing hybrid apps that perform the use of WebView, a specific HTML rendering engine to create your app runs on the device.

=> Advantages of Ionic
1) Easy to learn
2) Cross-platform app development
3) User Interface
4) Built on AngularJS
5) Performance
6) Cordova Plugins
30th April 2020, 10:28 AM |#3  
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React Native Vs. Ionic
Cross-platform mobile frameworks are meant to develop mobile applications for more than one platform. That is why they are the most selected frameworks. Most of the cross-platform app is compatible with both iOS and Android. We will learn about Xamarin, Ionic, Flutter, and React Native frameworks.

React Native
React native is created with JavaScript and ReactJS programming languages. It is designed by Facebook, whose primary purpose is to build mobile applications. React Native uses native components, and it does not depend on web views. React native uses iOS or Android components when creating a user interface.
Another cross-platform framework is Ionic. The structure is built with Apache Cordova and Angular, and it gives the developers the chance to create more than one mobile platform. All applications built on the Ionic framework can run swiftly on Android and iOS devices.
20th October 2020, 02:28 PM |#4  
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Best Framework to use for cross platform development
Ionic & react-native both are a great choice for developing a cross-platform application.

If you are targeting ios and android development with advanced javascript then react native is a better fit but if you are more inclined towards the traditional web development to target mobile and web then you should go for ionic.

Ionic is basically more famous among enterprise and startups due its inclination towards web development technology where as react native has a history of native app development.
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