React Native is one of the revolutionary frameworks that directed mobile app development in a whole different direction with its ability to produce applications for multiple platforms.
Developed by Facebook, it initially used Apple’s repository to build iOS applications and gain traction among iPhone users, but since the number of Android users rose at an exponential rate, Facebook adapted an entirely new repository to build both the iOS and Android applications.
Currently, in 2022, 6.6 billion people are operating on either of these platforms and are using applications in their daily lives. Having analyzed the need, React Native developers brought a solution to serve their needs by producing applications for both platforms using the same code. Indeed, it has become the most popular tool for millions of developers.
But nowadays, many frameworks are capable of building multi platform applications. React Native is constantly put under various arguments, and one of these is about the future of React Native and whether it will serve both platforms in the future. And to answer these arguments, our article on what the future scope of React Native is in 2022 will help you and many developers understand its trajectory and whether it’s worth learning or not.
What is React Native Framework?