RNR 153: Getting Down with Native Code
In this episode of React Native Radio the panel dives deep into native code. They discuss how it works and shares their experiences using it. They start by discussing why native code is useful and why would anyone choose to use it. The panel defines the bridge and what it means for native code. They consider why React Native developers coming from a web development background are intimidated by the native side.
The panel shares use cases for native code, when native SDKs need to be integrated and building UI components, two specific examples from their jobs. They discuss, Java, Kotlin, Swift, and Objective C. They compare these different languages and explain which one is the best for certain situations. The panel shares learning resources and discusses native code for iOS and Android.
- Josh Justice
- Jamon Holmgren
- Christopher Reyes
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- Chain React Conf workshop on native coding
- Turbo Modules RFC
- RNR 133 with Eric Lewis on Turbo Modules
- Native UI Components - iOS
- Native UI Components - Android
- React Native Fabric RFC
Why choose native code?
Do you have to learn native code?
No, but it is a great tool to have in your tool belt.