re: Is being a master Android developer feasible today considering the availability of UI frameworks such as Flutter, React etc.? VIEW POST


Thank you for your response! There is a constant pressure, I feel, to need to have applications be catered for both Android and iOS crowd, as they are the dominant forces in the market - also suggested by companies who put React Native as their requirement for new hires. So I have been under the notion that the said frameworks are the way to go, which is the basis of a dilemma on whether to dive into these frameworks, or go deeper to gain a better understand of Android :/


I'd say it's worth getting an understanding of React Native, but you can position yourself as able to dive into the underlying implementation whenever needed. Instead of being a JavaScript dev who knows how to build native, you can be a native developer who has an understanding of the abstracting integration.

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