How to handle multiple platforms using React Native?
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- February 1, 2019 at 12:55 pm #52941
React Native easily manages multiple platforms. The enormous majority of the React Native APIs are cross-platform, so you just need to write one React Native component, and it will work great on both iOS and Android. Facebook claims that their Ad Manager application has 87% code reuse across the two platforms.
React Native allows you to specify platform-specific versions of each component, which you can then integrate into the rest of your React Native application.
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