Know about the React Native App Development Tech Stack

prajaut profile image Utsav Prajapati ・2 min read

If you are looking to hire a React Native developer or a team to build React Native apps, then they should have top-of-the-line expertise in the below-mentioned tech stack so that they can help you or any product owner by bringing the most value in less time.

And it also helps you get rid of technical headaches and build an app that makes your way to the Android play store and iOS app store.

So, Let's check the most-common tech stack knowledge or hands-on experience a React Native developer should have.

React Native App Development Tech Stack

Framework: React Native

Tools: Visual studio code, ESLint, Redux, Reduxsauce, And Redux-Saga

Unit Testing: Jest enzyme testing

UX Designing: Invision, zeplin, adobe XD

Code Review: Jest Code Coverage, Snapshot Testing, Linting
The Runners-Up:Codecov, Flow

Deployment: Bitrise, Fastlane, Testflight, Android alphabet test
The Runners-Up: Bitrise's Own Build Steps And Custom Workflows,
BuildKite, Testflight

Analytics: firebase analytics
The Runners-Up:Sentry Google Analytics

Crash Reporting: Firebase crashlytics

With this tech stack's help, React Native developer can help any vertical industry owners build next-gen solutions as per their business requirements.

Be it a Medical, Education, Business, Finance, Shopping, Music, Travel, social networking, or any other industry, React native developer with the above-mentioned tech stack can serve in much better ways.

So before taking the interview of developers from a top-notch React Native development company, please keep in mind that you should also ask questions regarding tech-stack to them.

If I am missing out on anything, please mention here so that other readers can also take the advantage of it.

Thanks for reading!

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Utsav Prajapati


I am a business growth strategist at Bacancy Technology. Currently exploring the digital marketing world to learn and implement about how to get more digital footprints organically and inorganically.


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