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Flutter Vs React Native – Which is the Better Choice for App Development?

Some years back, it was a dream for writing codes for two mobile platforms simultaneously using the single code base. But the Shift of core mobile app development to the Hybrid app development has changed the concept of developing apps and has given developers the chance to create extraordinary applications.

The ultimate goal of the cross-platform is to use a single code base and for multiple mobile platforms. The hybrid app development has gained lots of popularity as this saves lots of time and reduces the cost of development.

In the year 2015, to commence of React Native by Facebook, which covered the way for combining both iOS and Android platform’s native APIs. Similar a year back Google launched its own SDK – Google Flutter that creates cross-platform apps with an ease.

Let’s See Who the Winner is, React Or Flutter

Starting with User Interface (UI/UX) React Native uses the third party libraries and components like native base. When comparing with User Interface React Native, is more like using HTML without CSS framework. In the Other case, Flutter has built-in material design and rich motion APIs and has its own UI components which are adaptable for both Android as well as iOS platform. But the React Native offers a better User Experience (UX) when a user taps into the Operating System and it wins here.

Next coming to the Performance of these 2 platforms , in concern with native apps , react does not gives any problem the only problem with react is with hybrid apps face issues related to its architecture, libraries and native components, whereas flutter has the advantage of the Dart language and the javascript which gives an edge to edge competition flutter encourages the app developers to reuse the same existing code. Plus,

The main concern with the app developers is the Development Time. With the strict timelines mobile app developers face lots of issues, so they should opt for the framework that offers shorter development time. So here react native has owned the game. The ready to use API’s and components improves the speed of the app development.

Conclusion: –

Seeing the Comparison between the cross-platform framework based on a well-known programming language, React Native has the best success stories and a large following community. Even Flutter has a great interesting potential, and will soon going to be recognized by various industries and companies by easily enabling embedding as part of a native UI so it can be added to existing apps and grow from the inside out. These Platforms have given a trend and challenges to the app developers to create the apps like never before.

 

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