React Native sends the minimum amount of data to the main thread to render the UI with native components. By using diffing algorithm to send the smallest necessary changes, React makes writing native UIs appear as piece of cake.
All UI aspects in React are presented in render() method and controlled by “state”. The method set by the developer defines the look of each state of the UI and when the setState() call is given, React automatically finds and makes the changes.
The comprehensive aspect of React is that all view code is in one location and is controlled by the state. This is an advantage especially when it comes to debugging codes.
The Flexbox UI layout tool on React Native lends speed to building different types of UI for differing screen sizes. The CSS styling used on Flexbox makes reuse of styles very simple while allowing you to add changes.
Also, the platform supports common web styles such as fontWeight. The StyleSheet abstraction facilitates the use of different styles and layouts along with the components that use them.
Inside React native is a powerful system that allows developers to manipulate touches in complex hierarchies and provide high-level components’ integration without additional configuration. React Native has been designed in a manner that allows extension with custom native views and modules. This implies, developers can import and use native libraries.
Simple iOS modules can be creates using RCTBridgeModule protocol and iOS views can be exposed by sub-classing RCTViewManager.
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