Rakesh Patel is Marketing Manager at eTatvaSoft - web, ecommerce & mobile app development company. He writes about Technology Trends, Leadership and many more things about IT services and enabled people to learn about new technologies through his online contribution.
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Consumers have become very comfortable in the search and purchase of products via their smartphone applications nowadays. However, with various operating systems such as Android, iOS, Windows, building an app and creating a mobile version of the website is altogether a different story.
React Native apps are real mobile applications that are indistinguishable from an application built using Java or Objective-C. React Native uses the same fundamental User Interface building blocks as regular Android and iOS apps.
The mantra - every business is a mobile app development business - has become a bit outdated. Mobile app Technology has become such an obvious part of doing business that you no longer need to acknowledge it.
Presently there are a plethora of frameworks available to choose from in the market and the number of options increases once you combine them. In the following post, I would like to offer my take by comparing two most popular frameworks, i.e. Laravel and NodeJS.