What is React Native?
Why is it important to learn in 2022?
What is Required to Learn React Native?
How Does React Native Works?
In React Native application, two threads run in the background at the same time. First, UI thread translates all the User Interface components to native platforms depending on the operating system on which the app is currently running. Let’s say you run the react native application on an android platform then your buttons and other widgets will be converted to android buttons. The same thing will happen on IOS and all the components will be translated to the IOS native components.
The other thread is responsible for handling all the business logic in the application. This thread is called the JS thread. If a button in the application is used to open a new screen then all the code that is responsible for opening the new screen will be running in this thread. These two threads never communicate with each other directly and never block each other in processing.
How do React Native Threads Communicate?
Both the UI and the JS thread communicate through a bridge. When a user interacts with the application and is required to do something based on that event, the UI thread will use a bridge to send instructions to the main thread. The main thread will run the code and then again use a bridge to communicate with the UI thread.
What is the Future of React Native?
Many companies are switching their applications to react native because of it’s benefits. Applications developed with react native are easy to maintain and developers can use third-party libraries that enable them to add features that are very hard to do in java or swift. There are many famous apps that are developed using react native such as Shopify, Walmart, and Instagram.
Should I learn React JS before react native?
Yes, because all the concepts are based on React JS so it’s better to learn the basics first. All the concepts like state, props, components, etc. are easy to learn in React JS.
How long will it take to learn to react native?
Is react native easy to learn?