Let’s see why React Native Component Libraries save your time & cost.
1) Push notifications: The react native push notifications tools help you set up controllers to consume local or remote notifications for iOS and Android both of the devices. It can happen that both technologies would not share the same kind of components or properties i.e some properties/components only support one platform. But React Native keeps supporting . React native developers by updating their libraries regularly. React Expo tool makes implementing push notifications almost too easy. All the hassle with native device information and communicating with APNs (Apple Push Notification service) or FCM (Fire base Cloud Messaging) is taken care of behind the scenes, so that you can treat iOS and Android notifications the same, saving your time on the front-end, and also back-end.
2) React-native Google map: React-native Google map is very important library for android and ios app. Stack navigator to manage The navigation history and presentation of the appropriate screen based on the route taken by a user inside the app. You’ll be able to change map view position, tracking region/location, and make points of interest clickable on Google Maps. You can enable zooming in to specified markers or coordinates, or even animate them. If you assign an animated region value to the prop, Map view can utilize the Animated API to control the map’s center and zoom. and also Google-map-react library makes it easy to display Google maps with markers. App developer can configure the map with this component and display markers on top of it. Any React component can be used as a marker which makes it easy to customize the map to your requirements.
3) Social login: Most mobile applications allows social login function. The login process can be easier and smoother with this. It is not necessary to create a unique username, and send a confirmation e-mail, because the social platform did it before. React native social login library provides an interface to OAuth 1.0 and OAuth 2.0 providers so login with twitter, Facebook, Google and LinkedIn achieved easily with minimal efforts.
4) React native image processing: React native platform offers an Image component with zoom support, on load callback, scale to fit & scroll indicator support. Although is has an issue with high-resolution images, react-native expo-camera provides a React component that renders a preview for the device’s front or back camera. The camera’s parameters like zoom, autofocus, white balance, and flash mode are adjustable. With the use of Camera, one can also take photos and record videos that are then saved to the app’s cache. Also react-native provides expo-image-picker give us pre-built components like components that work on iOS, Android, and web-like View, Text, Touchable Opacity, etc.
5) API support: APIs are what we can use to develop Mobile apps that required web database server connection. There are certain operations that can’t be done on the client-side, so these operations are implemented on the server-side. We can then use the APIs to consume the data on the client-side. Axios over built-in APIs for its ease of use. But may overestimate the need for such a library. The fetch API is perfectly capable of reproducing the key features of Axios, and it has the added advantage of being readily available in all modern browsers. and also You can make any HTTP calls using Axios in React Native App Development Services.
If you want to create a mobile app for both iOS and Android but have a tight budget, then a cross-platform mobile app is the right approach. Cross-platform apps are budget-friendly, as you only need to hire React Native developers for iOS and android app development. Also app’s success depends on time-to-market. This actually represents the total amount of time it takes for a product to move from conception to the market launch. If you are planning to enter the mobile app market early, the cross-platform framework is the right approach. With React Native, even 90% of the code base can be shared, which means you can drastically cut time to market, without loses in code quality.