The news bodes well with React Native App Development companies across the world. The re-architecture will keep the developers who were jumping ships for Flutter, attached with React Native. And has got points ahead in the table of comparison between Flutter and React Native.
“With this project, we’ll apply what we’ve learned over the last 5 years and incrementally bring our architecture to a more modern one,” Sophie Alpert, Facebook engineering manager wrote in a blog post State of React Native 2018. “We’re rewriting many of React Native’s internals, but most of the changes are under the hood: existing React Native apps will continue to work with few or no changes.”
One of the main issues that came associated with React native mobile app framework was of Asynchronous Bridge. While it caused no short term problem, the approach was set to cause problems in the future.
To lower the frustrations of the React Native App Development Companies, the framework has been re-architectured with three significant internal changes –
- Newer Async Rendering Abilities – To simplify the asynchronous data handling process and to provide multiple rendering priorities.
Also, hearing to the mass request for better documentation, the brand has promised to work on rolling out thorough documentation in the coming time.
While Facebook refrained from giving details about these changes, they showed a hopefulness in terms of building features becoming straightforward once the changes are made.
The social media giant projects that while today it is impossible to integrate gesture handling and native navigation with using complex hacks but once all the changes are developed and made live, closer integration will be made possible.
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