React Native, created by Facebook, is also an open-source framework, but for creating native cross-platform mobile applications.
The comparison below analyzes the boot-up speed, rendering and execution times, and debugging capabilities of the two frameworks.
Cordova creates smaller bundle packages after compiling since only the plug-ins that were specifically added are included.
Cordova apps have a better build performance than React Native applications due to their smaller bundles.
Cordova applications are written in standard web technologies, like HTML and CSS, for the visual features.
Cordova does not utilize multithreading technology.
The execution and rendering time of Cordova applications is much longer than native applications.
React Native creates larger final bundle packages because all the built-in support for the native functionality has to be bundled together.
React Native applications take more time to compile than Cordova apps.
React Native’s UI components are linked to native UI views for visual features of the application.
React Native utilizes multithreading technology.
The execution and rendering time of React Native applications is much shorter than Cordova applications.
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