Nowadays, the popularity of mobile applications is touching the sky. Companies are searching for options that offer great speed in the combination of fewer resources. To retain the competition in the market, companies prefer to adopt cross-platform solutions on native ones. This technology builds applications for both IOS and Android using a single language that is creating a buzz in the market. The organizations are looking for a flutter or react native development company to develop such apps. But to make this procedure more clear, let’s see which technologies among the Flutter and React Native is advantageous to prefer from a business perspective.
Though Flutter is a newbie in the crowd of multiplatform development toolsets, it is considered to be one of the best choices among many others. It is written in Dart. Before its release, it went through a beta-testing for a duration of about a year and thereafter, this framework became immensely popular with the Google launch in Dec 2018. In a very less time period, it already brags apps for Tencent, Reflects, etc. It is a visually attractive, portable UI toolkit for web, mobile, and desktop- using only one codebase.
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More often it happens that developers make some changes in the code and expect it to reflect in the application as rapidly as possible. Flutter offers the hot reload feature which eventually supports the dynamic and faster app development. Hot Reload comes handy and helps the team members to fix the bugs, add more features, and instant experiment with new and creative ideas.
Flutter requires just a single codebase for two different applications including IOS and Android platforms. It provides the ease to access the same app on different platforms as it possesses its own designs and widgets.
Flutter apps work smoothly and fast without hindering your scrolling. It uses Skia Graphics Library. It has the capacity to deliver 60 frames per second. Whenever a view changes, the UI is redrawn. It must be taken care that only certain elements that change must be redrawn otherwise it would affect the performance of the app.
Flutter gives the advantage of creating widgets or customizing an existing widget. It does not rely upon the components of the native system. It owns a friendly user interface and attracts the attention of developers with its visual details.
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Currently, React Native covers mobile and web platforms- or everything that runs on a browser. Meanwhile, Flutter is striving hard to do the same, while some developers consider that it is not yet production-ready. Being the closest competitor to Flutter, React Native is setting the bar. In a couple of years, things will turn around but for now, if you are willing to perform in enterprise mobile application development, React Native is there to your rescue.
WRITTEN BY: Atman Rathod
Atman Rathod is the Founding Director at CMARIX Technolabs Pvt. Ltd., a leading web and mobile app development company with 17+ years of experience. Having…
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