React Native allows us to develop and maintain one app (instead of two), and deploy to both IOS and Android, all without sacrificing performance or usability.
Facebook and the open source community in general are clearly very serious about developing this framework. It’s nice to see people actively engaged in React Native issues on GitHub and questions on Stack Overflow.
Building for IOS, Android, and the web all with one technology stack saves you time and money, and removes complexity. And since it compiles down to native, there’s no loss in performance.
Happy developers are productive developers, and React Native has a great development environment. When running React Native in development mode, you can attach to your desktop Chrome browser.
React Native combines smoothly with components written in Objective-C, Java, or Swift. It’s simple to drop down to native code if you need to optimize a few aspects of your application.
Grab iOS App
It’s a sharing app. Whether writing a post, connecting with friends on Facebook, following trends or just browsing the web, Grab makes it easy to share bundles of content with your own unique URL. Individuals, Groups and Brands use Grab to share their message with the world.
With on boarding in less than a minute, Grab instantaneously grants the user their very own instant network, allowing them to “grab” and publish content from almost anywhere and ensuring an exciting new social experience.