Mobile App DevelopmentNativeScriptReactNativeReactNative Vs. NativeScript
In this blog, we are going to compare and focus on two frameworks, which are in talk nowadays: React Native vs. Native Script.
But before getting our heads into it, let’s understand the difference between native and hybrid applications.
The applications that are written in one language for a particular platform are Native applications. For example, iOS apps are written in swift or Android apps written in Java or Windows applications written in C/C++ are Native applications.
These apps use various plugins for device specific interactions. The development is much faster and simpler as you are required to write just one code for different platforms.
Now coming to the point. Here is the comparison between React Native and NativeScript. React Native and Native Script both are an open-source framework to create hybrid mobile applications.
If we can talk about the reusability of the codebase then in React Native you can reuse the logic/structure of the component. But for some aspect, you will need to code a bit differently for iOS and Android. While in NativeScript, NativeScript and Angular are working side by side to get a semantic ready that allows you to build both web and mobile from a single project.
Coming to the speed. Apps created using React Native are faster than apps created using NativeScript that is because React Native app works separately from the main UI thread while the size of NativeScript apps is more which makes the rendering slower.
React Native doesn’t have any official market place for plugins while NativeScript has an official market place with many plugins. Companies like Facebook, Instagram, Skype, and many others are using React Native while companies like Workbox, Dwitch are using NativeScript.
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