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Build {N} apps with React Components

Build {N} apps with React Components much like how a react-native app is built.

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  • Oct 29 2015
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  • Michael Macherey commented
    November 11, 2015 17:13

    See Martin Fowler's "CrossPlattformMobile" article:


    3: I see one path that might prove me wrong. In this scenario you use a cross-platform toolkit - but you write a different app, with a different experience design, for each platform you build for. The gain over doing this with native code is that you have a single platform for your developers to use and can get some reuse of common code (particularly non-UI code)...

  • Chris Geirman commented
    June 21, 2016 19:49

    I wrote a quick article to help bring some attention to this feature request. Feel free to share if you think it's appropriate and helpful.

  • Guest commented
    August 12, 2016 18:54

    This would be awesome. 

  • keith grahim commented
    September 8, 2016 05:02

    much needed  feature to make NATIVESCRIPT de-facto framework for cross-platform app development

  • Valio Stoychev commented
    October 7, 2016 06:24

    Check this repo as a starting point to use JSX in NativeScript -

  • Allen Kim commented
    February 6, 2017 22:09

    This is not a easy task todo IMO. Two different architecture cannot be combined together. It's not like Angular2 + NativeScript.

  • Andrii Palchik commented
    August 5, 2017 10:05

    I thought it would be so simple to add React components to Native-Script. JSX is better then XML, it can garantee better work with native API-s, React is more flexible then Angular...