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Raphael Ugwu
Feb 13, 2020 ⋅ 5 min read

Overcoming single-threaded limitations in React Native

Raphael Ugwu Writer, software engineer, and a lifelong student.

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3 Replies to "Overcoming single-threaded limitations in React Native"

  1. In the screenshot of Mixer, the chat is entirely native. You could argue the video is too with just some React Native container. Not sure what Android used, but on iOS I used UICollectionView. This is similar to what other apps do that are hybrid React Native / native apps.

  2. The animation by JavaScript is deprecated, you can use native animation by using Animated library that use native driver.

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