Why is your phone’s microwave component React Native, but your web components React Native?
By now you’ve probably seen this post.
It’s about React Native and how it differs from its parent platform, React.js.
A couple of months ago I wrote a blog post comparing React.JS to React.
There was some pretty strong sentiment from the React community at the time that the React team had failed to build on their platform to the same extent as the parent platform.
The React community responded strongly to that.
They said that React was the superior platform to React Native in terms of features and speed.
I argued that it was a little hard to argue that because they had already built a great platform.
The problem was that, at the end of the day, the developer of React is not going to look at the code of their application and say, “This is the right way to build this application.”
It’s a bit like if you’re building a home automation system, you’re not going say, This is the correct way to automate the wiring.
So, for me, that was a big reason for my skepticism.
I had been skeptical of React because it was not as well understood as React.
And, for the most part, I had tried to build a React app that was actually useful.
But, over time, I got a lot more convinced that React.NET was the right choice for building applications.
I’ve been working on ReactNative over the last few months.
I’ve spent a lot of time testing, refining and refining my ReactNative build and testing it on a number of different platforms, including Windows Phone 8.1, Windows 10, Windows Server 2016 and Android devices.
My testing is still ongoing, but I think I’m getting closer to what I’m looking for when it comes to the React Native build.
I’m trying to build it for a number that I’ve written tests for before, and I’m also looking to build an application that I can actually deploy.
I can deploy that app to other devices, I can have it work on the web and even it can run on the ARM-based Surface RT, which is something I was hesitant to do because I thought the performance would be better on ARM devices.
But I think that now that I have the device to work with, I’m starting to see improvements.
I think the React native build is getting close to what you’d expect from a platform that was designed with developers in mind.
In fact, it’s close enough to what the React developers had intended that they included it in the build for a reason.
If you want to know more about React, there’s a great video from React Native that talks about what React.
Native is and how you can use it.
There’s a React Native wiki, too, which covers a lot about the language.
React Native is not a new language.
It has been around for a long time.
I’ll be honest, the React.com article is a little outdated, but it’s still a good starting point.
Read more at the ReactNative site.