React Native - get omni-channel application with (almost) one piece of code
Mobile traffic overtook web traffic in 2014, with the overwhelming majority of mobile traffic coming from apps rather than mobile browsers. Having said that, desktop web traffic is not going out of fashion any time soon - above 70% of internet users still visit their favourites both through their mobile devices and desktop browser. But that doesn’t necessarily mean, that you have to pay full price for the development and maintenance of three independent user interfaces - web, iOS and Android. With React Native we can offer your a significantly cheaper and faster solution.
Why you should make your app in React Native?
Android and iOS at one go
Native means native
React Native gains even more power when our team of developers at 3e Software House use it with the popular web combo React.js+Redux. We vigorously recommend using this environment to create web interfaces. And web interfaces are still very important, regarding the fact, that above 70% of internet users still visit their favourites both through their mobile devices and desktop browser. Whilst using React.js+Redux, Redux retains its role as state container, it stores and “broadcasts” all the changes in your application generated by the user. For example in an online shopping application - when the user adds a product to the shopping basket, information is stored in Redux. React libraries, that means React.js for the web and React Native for both mobile platforms “listen” to those changes and render changes in the respective GUIs. Following that approach our coders can reuse at least 60% of the application code for all the three platforms.