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Should I learn Flutter or React Native? Or just both lol

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    @100110111 app dev
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    @CruN I see Flutter being more the future than React Native, but currently there might be more React Native jobs available. Personally, I don’t think JS belongs in the mobile app sphere, so I recommend Flutter.
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    I would say React Native has a bigger adoption across companies, but Flutter is easier to setup.

    It really comes down to what hardware you have and to what hardware you want to deploy to.
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    @100110111 app dev
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    Oops my wifi timed out and it sned again
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    Flutter runs faster than react native too right?
    Id say flutter for the future
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    I’ll also note flutter and dart once you get into it is an absolute joy to work with. Love the work that the flutter devs have put into their documentation.
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    Neither, ever
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    Yo bro in my opinion i will say if you have already learn JavaScript react and work with it so you should learn react native but if you have learn any object oriented programming language so you should learn flutter 👍

    Both are best in thier field and features

    Hope this was helpfull 🙂
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    @CruN they are all terribly subpar ways to build an app compared to native

    The idea of starting a new app while ignoring the massive amounts of extra battery and memory that will be used, even before writing a single line, is just insane. They are slow, buggy, resource hogs.

    AirBnb wrote a good article about why they ditched RN. Udacity posted a statement they had the same experience. Uber dropped it. Walmart dropped it. Teamwork.com dropped it. Facebooks own messenger team, who had inside access to the best RN devs in the world, still couldn’t get it to perform the way they needed it too

    For these companies all to spend millions re-writing everything to get rid of it, speaks volumes to how terrible and problematic it is. Can’t be justified. It’s all marketing BS and hype

    Flutter is “better” but it’s not hard to be better than terrible. I’ve read articles online that say flutter uses 50% more resources than native

    Native is the only realistic option
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    @practiseSafeHex you are absolutely on point, but few are the companies that are willing to invest in native (if they target more than a single platform, that is), so Flutter is the best compromise I’m aware of. If KMM or Scade were mature enough, they could be decent alternatives, but I don’t know…
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