Two different languages
However, Facebook's React mobile development library faces stiff competition from Google's Flutter. The latter is a framework based on Dart, the programming language of today's largest search engine.
React Native & Flutter are excellent cross-platform mobile development toolkits. Both have their strengths and come with their own challenges which, on the whole, have nothing in common.
A slight advantage for Flutter
However, when it comes to specific application examples. Flutter has a slight advantage when a application requires extensive communication with the underlying hardware of a mobile device. Flutter is also a fairly comprehensive toolbox. It provides just about everything you need to develop a application mobile application. The extensive library, ready-to-use widgets and design principles make development faster and simpler. This means there's little room for error UX .
More flexibility with React Native
React Native relies heavily on third-party libraries, and applications are built from smaller components. This allows greater flexibility and creative scope. Particularly when it comes toUX and page layout. But it also means a greater risk of error and a greater investment of time.
What's the best solution for developing application ? Technologically, it's difficult to give an answer. Rather, it depends on the field ofapplication and the complexity of theUX.
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Here's a useful link: https://dzone.com/articles/flutter-vs-react-native-how-to-choose-the-best-hyb