Swift is a fast programming language for developers. It produces high-quality output for various platforms. It allows calling local functions by name rather than parameters or variables.
Introduction to React native
With React Native, you can build high-quality mobile apps that feel and perform like native apps, all while using a single codebase that can be shared across iOS and Android. This means that you can save time and resources by not having to maintain separate codebases for each platform.
Introduction to Swift
Text for layout and text, and
Modal for additional functionality. Inline styles and stylesheets can be used to customize and style components, and platform-specific styles can tailor the look of the app to iOS or Android. Props and state can be used to pass data between components and create dynamic and interactive components. Understanding how to use components effectively will help you build a polished and professional mobile app.