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Nice post and a good React Native primer. I work as a native Android/iOS engineer and will be taking the leap with my colleagues into RN in the near future.
Do you have any feedback on the "native feel" of apps built in RN? Any limitations where you would be better off using the native platform directly?
Thank you so much for appreciating. Regarding the native feel, React Native does it good justice. A lot of companies who have started using it heavily did not shift the whole product in one go, but they did it feature by feature, screen by screen.
On that note, if you ever feel like you need to go native for something which might need some performance heavy lifting, you can always make your own APIs to suit those needs. :)
Thx for sharing your experience, this is amazing guide to get started ! =)
Thank you 😊
There are a lot of Native tutorials but their focus on architecture and organization is very little. Thanks for this amazing guide!
Thank you so much. That just made my day. ❤️
Nice post man!
Thank you. Glad you liked it. 🙂
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