React Native helps you to create real and existing mobile apps with the help of JavaScript only, which is supportable for both android and iOS platform. React Native uses the fundamental UI building blocks as regular iOS and android apps. We just need to put those building blocks together using JavaScript and React.

React Native is a framework for building mobile applications with JavaScript and leveraging ReactJS.

The list of React Native UI Tool kits :

NativeBase

NativeBase is a sleek, ingenious, and dynamic front-end framework to build cross-platform Android and iOS mobile apps using ready-to-use generic components of React Native. What is really great about NativeBase is that you can use shared UI cross-platform components, which will drastically increase your productivity.

When using NativeBase, you can use any native third-party libraries out of the box.

  • Developed by: GeekyAnts
  • Release date: April 19, 2016
  • Pricing: Free, open source

Snowflake

Snowflake is a React-Native starter mobile app or boilerplate for iOS and Android with a single code base, with two backends to chose from — a Hapi or Parse Server solution — to help you quickly get started.

  • Developed by: Barton Hammond
  • Release date: Dec 7, 2015
  • Pricing: Free

Check out the blog post below for a compilation of the essential tools needed for React Native development.

Essential Tools For React Native Development

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