Creating mobile applications have always been a fundamental pillar of the tech industry but having multiple platforms for which different apps need to be developed has been an issue for some time. Apart from having to maintain two teams, one for Android and one for IOS, there’s always a gap between the applications developed as they are made by totally different teams. That’s what gave birth to the idea of creating cross-platform mobile applications.
There are many types and solutions but the most popular one right now is by creating compiled apps that give the closest performance to that of the real native applications. The most powerful contenders in that field at this moment are Google’s Flutter and Facebook’s React Native. Let’s have look strengths and weaknesses of both Flutter and React Native and do an objective React Native vs Flutter comparison.
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In case you are a beginner and are struggling to start the project, this post is for you.
To run the project solution, all you need is Node/Npm. NPM is a package manager that comes with node and is required to run projects involving any Front-End/Back-End Framework. It takes care of any downloading and maintaining any external library or framework your project may need.