The community is big and growing.
The React Native community is big, fast-growing and friendly.
The great thing about being part of an open-source project like React Native is that there are no limits on what you can do with it—as long as your code follows certain guidelines (which we’ll get into later), then you’re free to do whatever your heart desires!
It’s easy to learn.
React Native is easy to learn. You can pick it up in minutes, and you’ll be writing code in no time at all. It’s also easy to get started with React Native because many great resources are available online (like this one). The documentation has been written by the community so it’s easy to find answers when you need them. And if you run into any problems while developing your app or learning how things work in React Native, don’t worry—there will always be someone there who can help!
It’s also easy for developers who are newbies or could use some help from more experienced ones because most of them have built their apps using this technology before and know how much effort goes into doing so successfully, thus making it easier for beginners like yourself (and even experts) too!
It’s fast as it has a native, web app, hybrid and mobile all-in-one package.
React Native is fast as it has native, web app, hybrid and mobile all in one package.
The cross-platform compatibility allows you to code once but deploy on multiple platforms, such as iOS or Android, with just a few lines of code! Suppose your app requires some special features not available on other platforms. In that case, you can easily customize them according to your needs without having to rewrite everything from scratch (this process is where we rewrote our entire application from scratch).
It’s cross-platform compatible and can run on Android, iOS and Windows desktops.
The React Native community is multiplying with thousands of developers building on top of it daily, making it easy for anyone who wants to contribute by sharing their code or giving feedback on how they can improve things in future editions.