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Apr 10, 2019 ⋅ 7 min read

The state of React Native for Web

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8 Replies to "The state of React Native for Web"

  1. Does logrocket work with React Native? Just pitched to boss. Boss says, gotta work for React Native too.

  2. Thank you for sharing this article on react native application development. When it comes to app development react native is a great choice, as it offers app compatibility on both platforms Android as well as IOS

  3. I used ReactXP for my last project. I wont say that its better than the react native but it totally depends on the choice of language and i selected Typescript for that project.

  4. I was googled for react native blog and reached on your blog where I find best react native solution and information about react native. Thanks for sharing amazing react native blog.

  5. I don’t like react-native-web at all. Let’s say I use TouchableOpacity on web, it does not have the hover effect. And I really don’t know how to create a hover effect with inline styles.

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