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React Native is a user interface (UI) framework base in JavaScript programming language. Using React Native there is the simplest way to create cross-platform applications for Android and iOS based on a single codebase.

While the thought of learning yet another programming language may be off-putting, there are some pretty compelling reasons to give React Native Templates a try.

Cross-platform: By using the same renderer, framework, and libraries lets you create a single UI to run on both Android and iOS. To ensure your application feels equally at home on either platform. React Native provides states, components and many frameworks like bootstrap components. Plus a number of packages that give you access to some platform-specific services and APIs.

Compatible with other programming languages: React Native integrates with Java code on Android and Objective-C and Swift on iOS. So you don’t have to completely rewrite your existing applications to start using React Native. React Native has a hot-reload function with Expo. It’s common practice to work on your application’s code while the application itself is running on an Android device to test changes as you make them. The time it takes Visual Studio or WebStorm to push each set of changes to the running application can really eat into your development time. To help you be more productive.

Using hot reload, you’ll typically see the results of your changes in under a second. Application state is also preserved, so you don’t need to spend time recreating the desired state manually. If your app has a login screen you won’t have to re-enter your login credentials following each hot reload.