React Native app development company
React Native Development
List of technologies used in React Native development: TypeScript, Redux, Firebase (Fabric), React Hooks, React Navigation.
React Native Team
Our specialists are growth oriented, constantly looking for new challenges and regularly coming up with innovative solutions. The popularity of React Native among both developers and our clients gives us great incentive to keep expanding our capacity in the department. When entrusting us with your project, you’re guaranteed up-to-date skill set, innovative approach and in-house specialists to see your application through to completion and beyond.
We currently have 7 full-time React Native developers working in-house as part of our 50+ team of specialists (UX/UI designers, Android and iOS programmers, QA engineers and mobile-oriented Project Managers)
React Native Projects
To date (2019) we have successfully implemented and launched 6 React Native projects for fintech, health services, transport & logistics. All engagements were completed on time, according to requirements and to our clients’ satisfaction. The overall cost reduction compared to similar native developments were between 10-20% depending on project.
React Native Support & Maintenance
Throughout the development process and beyond, your React Native team will keep your app fully functional, regularly updated, tested and bug-free. Working in the same technology on all platforms (Android, iOS & Windows) saves you time and money and guarantees the same people who created your app will maintain and support it throughout its lifecycle.
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