Flutter v/s React Native
In this tutorial, I’ll explain about Flutter and React Native also compare both technologies.
As mobile application developers are more and more confused about choosing a technology between React Native and flutter, because both of the top two technology in the market for creating a cross-platform mobile application, In this situation they don’t know which is good.
Both technologies currently using for cross-platform mobile application development means React Native and Flutter application can run more than one mobile OS like Android and IOS using the same code.
Remember I said currently that means both technologies can update for creating a hybrid application, just read a complete blog I explain everything.
Flutter is the newest technology founded by google in 2017, Flutter uses Dart language for creating an application. Flutter is originally created for making a Hybrid application and if you know something about Fuchsia Operating System, then I want to tell you it’s also a default SDK for Fuchsia OS. If you don’t know about Fuchsia just google it or ask me in the comment section.
A hot reload is a feature that reloads your page like a web page. Using hot reload you can refresh your current screen within milliseconds. Both technologies have a Hot Reload feature.
If we talk about React Native, so they provide fewer components that are a good thing because we don’t have a need to remind many things, and we can get needed components using third-party libraries.
Another hand if we talk about Flutter they provide almost all the components that we needed for creating an application so there we have much need to remind many things it’s bad but there have the advantage that we don’t have a need to work with the third-party library.
On the other hand, Flutter uses Dart language it also created by Google.
Many developers don’t know about it so that if you’re choosing Flutter then you need to learn Dart language also.
(you get Dart language course in our course list just check it).
Flutter has very good documentation compare to React Native.
React Native provides much better native look as compare than a flutter because it just gets platform first that is android or IOS and changes the look according to that. For example, if we use an icon it automatically converts according to OS.
In flutter, we create a material app so it doesn’t change look it shows the same design in both OS if we need to change it, so we have need to