React native development company

React native development company

React native App Development Services from Agicent ?

We used to use various flavors of Javascript long before react native came into being and once it came, we went all big on it. There were times when React-native and other cross platform technologies (like Flutter, Ionic, QT) were only good for creating App MVPs and had a lot of issues such as integration with third party libraries, with Device’s own hardware capabilities and so on. But today as of mid-2022 we can safely say that React Native can help building as good or superior apps as a native tech would do and that do with single coding effort. Its like Java of old days, “Write once, run anywhere”.

Theoretically, an App that you can make in React-native can be created in Flutter or ionic or in native technologies too. However, if we have to rate the cross-platform technologies, react native rules the roost hands down because of its larger community support, flexible frameworks, and capability to generate the native code over other platforms.

Rates for react native App Developers on Demand

Following is the standard rate card for different Exp and skill levels of On Demand Reac Native App Developers. Besides this, we can also create a custom on Demand App Team and optimized the monthly rate based on our specific needs.

Junior React Native Developer

Exp. Level: 1-2 Years

Hands on react native Development.

3 Projects experience minimum.

Agicent’s inhouse trained.

Familiar with PM Tools

Perfect for rapid MVPs and maintenance react native works

Starting at

$ 2200 /mo.

Mid-level React Native Developer

Exp. Level: 2-5 Years

All of Jr. Dev +

10 Projects experience minimum.

Has Backend Experience.

Hands on CI/CD pipeline.

Manages Jr. Developers.

Perfect for complex react-natived projects and fast Development

Starting at

$ 2900 /mo.

Senior React Native Developer

Exp. Level: 5+ Years

All of Mid-level Exp +

15 Projects experience minimum.

Full Stack Developer.

Participate in Architecture.

Ability to play Tech. Lead Role.

Perfect for bigger size projects with multi teams

Starting at

$ 3800 /mo

BEST Practices followed by Agicent React Native App Development Company

First and foremost, we critically analyze if the App project is a good candidate for cross platform or react native development or not. In some pretty niche Apps, native can still be a technology of choice so ruling out this possibility is most important first step. Once it is identified that react native is the tech of choice, we then figure out the backend stack (like node.js or graphql, or traditional LAMP stack), or web front-end third-party libraries, like vue.js, typescript, redux etc. If it’s a regular kind of app that we do time and again (like a dating app or ecommerce app, or healthcare app) then we decide on tech stack in few hours only; if it is a niche one- of-a-kind project (like an AI based app suggesting you medicine dosage or an App that heavily uses some third- party APIs for its core function – like creating digital avatars or facilitates Holoportation) then we take more than few hours to check on libraries, their scalability with react native and then decide.

Performance optimization, Build optimization

Native applications are top performers because they use stock APIs, patters, and enjoy best support from the OEM’s OS and hardware and you achieve great performance by the virtue of the platform. However, in case of creating a react native app, which is cross platform by the way you have to use a variety of testing tools (like Appium, jest, detox etc), be more meticulous for performance parameters, and optimize your code for best performance across different devices. It can be a time-consuming exercise at times, but totally worth it and warranted.

For react native app development, you have to take care of multi-threading, third party library integration in optimized way, image compression, APK or iPA file size optimization and lot more what you don’t really do when doing native app development.

Limitations of React Native App Development

Lack of native libraries:

If the app has a lot of features, React Native can slow down the development process due to a lack of native libraries and reliance on external, third-party libraries.

Takes more time to initialize:

The issue with React Native is that it takes more time to initialize the runtime for gadgets and devices, mostly because of the JavaScript thread which takes time to initialize.

Excessive Device Support required

Due to the variety of OEM Devices size, Type, Version, and OS Versions, it is challenging for a developer to provide full support to all the app uses in one go, so it becomes sort of a continuous exercise to extend support to more and more devices.

Still in pre-mature face

React native latest version is 0.68 as of June 2022, which shows that it is still in face of evolving which is why it still have lack functionality. Good thing is that it is continuously maturing and have community support with big tech giants like Facebook & tesla also it easy to learn and understand even for the beginner.

React Native Doesn’t Fully Support NFC

NFC enables the communication between nearby devices. But React Native Devices still don’t support or provide full access for NFC communication.

Future of React Native Development

Start-up first choice

Many big names like Facebook, Instagram, tesla and all have an app on react native also react native becomes one of the most discussed libraries on StackOverflow. Most startup and even enterprise start adopting it because it only needs a single manager to manage for both android and IOS app development which save it time, resources and money.

Better integration with Device’s and external Hardware

We are already working on some react native projects where we are interacting with external hardware (using Silabs or infi semiconductors) and have found that react native doesn’t always get priority support, however this is going to be changed in the future. React native will be more scalable and easier to integrate with device’s own hardware as well as external Hardware (Bluetooth, NFC devices).

Open the gate for new open-source frameworks

The domain-specific engineers are meet-up and do conferences in which each platform bring their own player who are working on a similar problem. Like web where react (which power react-native) which commonly draw inspiration from other open-source web frameworks like: Vue, Preact & Svelte. On mobile, React Native was inspired by other open-source mobile frameworks, and we learned from other mobile frameworks built within Facebook.


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