React Native is an open-source framework supported by Facebook and was first released on GitHub. It led to the combining of native APIs of both iOS and Android.
Flutter is backed by Google and is used to create responsive iOS and Android native apps. It is a software development kit which is meant for mobile applications. The main intention behind creating it was to build applications that have great performance and fidelity. They also made sure that the applications were compatible enough to run on all platforms. Its features are that it has a thin level of code and most of the system is implemented in the Dart. This makes it easier for developers to replace, remove or make any other required changes. Thus, it enables the developers to have great control over it.
Flutter has been gaining traction from 2017. It is now widely recognised by developers and is ardently used by them in the mobile app development industry. It has the features and the potential to go a long way.
Flutter is also an open-source application framework but what makes it different is that it works on a programming language known by the name of Dart. Dart is a programming language that is used for general purposes and it was made by Google in 2011. It is mainly used for making apps that are mission-critical and with greater quality for all the three platforms: web, iOS and Android. The features of Dart have been primarily aimed at client-side development. C++ and Java form its base. The purpose of choosing Dart was because it was appropriate for the user interface requirements. Dart bridge makes the size of the application bigger but it works faster.
The platforms also differ in architecture. The frameworks are also based on the MVC framework. React Native’s application architecture is known as Flux. Facebook uses Flux to build client-side web applications. In Flux, the data has a unidirectional flow or a one-sided flow. React handles the view part and Flux handles model. Dart has an architecture library. This was again inspired by refluxJS and Flux. Its unidirectional flutter flow consists of actions, stores and store watchers.
At aTeamIndia, developers use both of these frameworks interchangeably depending upon the requirements of the project. Both of them have a different set of features to cater to different requirements. So, if you are confused in choosing React Native or Flutter, you know where to go. Just convey your requirements to aTeamIndia, sit back and enjoy the show.