Expert Talks on Current and Future Trends in React Native

In the 11th episode of The React Native Show Łukasz Chludziński and his guest, Ola Desmurs-Linczewska, discuss the key moments in the React Native ecosystem last year as well as the trends and predictions for the future.

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Aleksandra Desmurs Linczewska
Aleksandra Desmurs Linczewska
Łukasz Chludziński
Łukasz Chludziński

The episode is all about React Native highlights of the year 2021 and the industry hopes and predictions for the foreseeable future. All the releases, libraries or projects mentioned are based on Callstack experts’ responses to the following questions:

  • What was the most groundbreaking moment for React Native in 2021?
  • Which React Native library was the most useful last year?
  • What are you looking forward to seeing in 2022 React Native wise?

Hermes, Re.Pack, and React Navigation

What are the most common picks? The respondents bring up many good projects but mostly they point out Hermes on iOS, Re.Pack, and React Navigation! The latter one is considered the most useful library of 2021.

Aside from the highlights of React Native 2021, Ola and Łukasz share their thoughts on New Architecture and its potential impact on React Native in 2022. They also comment on the fact that more and more companies are adopting React Native!

This and much more you can hear in the 11th episode. Check it out - it’s available on various platforms.

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