Both Flutter and React Native have many unique advantages and shortcomings, so
choosing a better framework will inevitably come down to an issue of preference and
Flutter is often praised for its fast development cycle, easy onboarding process, and excellent performance. It also offers a wide range of features, such as an extensive widget library, support for both iOS and Android, and the ability to create custom UI elements.
React Native, on the other hand, is often praised for its scalability, cross-platform capabilities, and ability to reuse code. It also offers a wide range of features, such as hot reloading, native modules, and live reloading. This section will look at direct comparisons and contrasts between the two.