Related to this: I recently did a talk about building an Android app with React Native in pure JS at ReactEurope in Paris, and discussed the main issues that we had encountered -- people interested in this article might also enjoy the talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cI9bDvDEsYE
Is this still the case for Android? I've been thinking of trying out React Native, but for me Android would be the main platform and iOS a bonus that may or may not be used.
Totally love React Native. Unless you are doing something pretty unusual, I can't see a reason not to choose it over native dev.
What does "performance was ok" mean in your context? Any stats to share?
What's the workload profile of Dugout FC like?
I'm curious about touch events - what JS computations were happening on touch events, was it complex and app-specific or was it something relatively standard?
What does this mean? Can someone elaborate on this?
Hell yes! Is this a rough estimate or did you compare implementations in each?