User-Interface is the next element that helps us in understanding the approach of React Native and Swift. As we have already discussed, the Swift app development method will be the most suited for a dedicated iOS app. But let’s analyze the concept based on the UI.
The UI of React Native is more like native applications. Being a React Native developer, you must know, that React controls native components and because of this reason, we need to upgrade the elements whenever the OS (Operating System) is updated.
The drawback of this concept is the crash of the user-interface application because of any kind of fatal error. Using our experience and being a reliable iOS development company in India
, we recommend using third-party libraries.
These libraries help get material design components and it further maintains a uniform design of the application across all the devices.
On the other hand, if we talk about the UI with Swift, it will be less complex compared to React because Apple is behind the foundation of Swift and all the development takes place on their native platform. This is the reason, things are simple here.
Also, it leverages the principles of UX and facilitates effortless UI integration. With Swift, developers should enhance each component separately.