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Hire skilled and experienced React Native programmers to create modern apps and leverage the benefits of one of the most reliable mobile development frameworks.

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Cassian Harisson
Co-founder of Splink Industries and My Theory Test App by James May

“We had the challenge to find a trustworthy software development company that we could rely on. We chose Relevant because we felt that they understood our business needs.”

Ole Jørgen Næss and Christopher Krohn
VP of Product and Engineering & Director of Strategic Partnerships and Integrations at Svenn (former 24onoff)
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How we hire React Native developers

1. Prescreening

First, we review the candidate's CVs carefully to check whether they have the competencies required to succeed in the particular role. Then, our HR specialist conducts a video interview to introduce the information about the company and evaluate the developer's soft skills.

2. English level assessment

In the next stage, our highly skilled in-house English teacher helps us evaluate React Native engineers' language skills. We hire developers only with good command of English, so they can effectively communicate with our clients, no matter where they come from.

3. Tech interview

The third stage of our hiring process aims to make sure that React Native developers are equipped with the right hard skills. This interview is conducted by senior software engineers, tech leads, and project managers and usually includes some practical tasks.

4. Final interview with you

At the final, fourth stage, our team provides you with a list of handpicked React Native software engineers, so you can choose specialists most suited to your current business needs. With your developers selected - you can start your app project.

Tools and technologies we use
  • • Programming Language: JavaScript
  • • Development tools: Android Studio, Xcode, React Native Debugger, React Navigation, React Native CLI, React Native Tools
  • • Networking: Fetch API, WebSockets, Frisbee, Axios
  • • React syntax extensions: TS, JS, JSX
  • • Frameworks and libraries: React, React Native
  • • Compilers: TypeScript Compiler, Babel
  • • State management: React Hooks, Redux, MobX
  • • Graphical: Sketch, Figma, Adobe Creative Cloud

How are we different?

01

92% highly experienced engineers

We hire only strong middle and senior React Native developers to ensure the smooth development process and highest quality of your solutions.

02

9/10 client satisfaction score

Our top priority is to keep our clients happy. We are proud that most of them stay with us for years and always come back to launch new ambitious projects.

03

20% staff turnover rate

We only hire professionals who match our company's culture, which helps us build strong teams and provide great experiences for our clients.

04

Smooth integration

Our highly experienced React Native software engineers will get in sync with your team fast without interrupting any of your work processes.

05

Risk management

Our well-thought approach to risks will help you save money by minimizing spending on emergencies that can be predicted and avoided easily.

06

Resiliency

We adjust to your company's culture and workstyle – tailor the processes if needed and ensure that changes are available across all projects.

Success cases

My Theory Test app by James May

Building #1 driving app in the UK

Edtech
UK
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Kaizo

Gamifying customer support with a Zendesk app

Management
The Netherlands
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Engagement models

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FAQ

What is React Native used for?

Built upon Facebook’s JavaScript library React for web development, React Native is used for mobile app development. As the greater part of the code can be shared between platforms, React Native enables cross platform app building, in other words, you can simultaneously develop an Android app and an iOS app. This allows for native app development for the new teams of developers and also lets existing native apps development teams work faster, thus streamlining the entire development process.

Like React for web apps, React Native employs a mixture of JavaScript and XML-esque markup and triggers the native rendering APIs in Objective-C (for iOS) or Java (for Android). As a result, a React Native mobile application renders using mobile UI native components instead of webviews, and looks like any other mobile application. In addition, a React Native app can access features like a phone camera or user’s location.

React Native apps are not the same as web apps. A React Native iOS or Android app is running on mobile devices, and can’t load over the browser. Plus, neither of them is a hybrid app: it’s a genuinely native app built in JavaScript with the native components.

What are the must-have hard skills for React Native developers?

To hire a React Native developer who will bring the most value to your app development team, you should be able to identify whether they possess the required skills, both professional and interpersonal.

Outstanding technical knowledge is what makes a difference between the expert React Native developer and someone who still needs to do more learning of React Native app development. Here are a couple of skills every candidate on this job should master.

  • Excellent knowledge of JavaScript. When you hire React Native developers, make sure they have deep knowledge of JavaScript. It is the heart of everything in cross-platform mobile app development. Your potential candidate for this position must know how to build components, how to structure the application logic and services, and understand their flow.
  • Knowledge of basic React assumptions. The concepts like Virtual DOM, JSX, and component lifecycle should be as familiar to Native React app developers as treble clefs to the musician. Checking the applicant’s understanding of these terms is a must.
  • Experience with Android and iOS development. Skilled React Native developer gets the difference between iOS and Android mobile app development. Being familiar with Objective-C and Swift in order to make the app work on different devices is also necessary.
  • Familiarity with useful tech tools. You can’t demand from the person to know everything there is about software development, but it’s going to be a big plus if they are familiar with at least some extra tools like Redux, Enzyme, Hockeyapp, and so on.
  • Writing clear code. The apps created by your development team should have a consistent and readable source code. This is important because you need to be able to easily maintain the app at present and make improvements in the future.
What are the key soft skills of React Native experts?

Your React Native developer is not going to work alone, so when you hire React Native app developers, make sure they are both great experts and nice people to be around, especially when you hire them for a full-time position. They should be good communicators, team players, problem-solvers. They also should be able to give constructive feedback, receive criticism, and generally be open-minded and curious folks.

Finally, make sure you only hire people that fit your company culture. You can find the best React Native developers in the world, but it’s not going to work if the team members don’t understand one another and don’t feel comfortable in each other’s company. Save yourself the hustle of having to reassemble the team all over again.

How do you write a job description for a developer?

Here’s a small template you can use as a reference.

React Native developer job description

An enthusiastic and innovative team at [Company x] is looking for a React Native developer. If you have experience in building mobile apps for Android and iOS, looking for more growth opportunities, and willing to participate in creating more amazing products, we’re waiting for you! You will be responsible for architecting and building apps, and working closely with the teams responsible for other layers of the product infrastructure.

Who you are:

  • A skilled React Native developer with […] years of experience building mobile apps for both Android and iOS;
  • Proven experience with HTML5, CSS3, TypeScript, and other frontend related languages will be an additional advantage;
  • Have expert knowledge of JavaScript and can write clean, well-documented code;
  • Can work with third-party dependencies and debug dependency conflicts;
  • Know native build tools, including […];
  • Have a good understanding of REST APIs, [..];
  • Have experience with […].

What you will do:

  • Together with the team, build good-looking smooth UIs for Android and iOS;
  • Spot and fix bugs and performance gaps;
  • Utilize native APIs for cross-platform app integrations;
  • Maintain apps and write automated tests to ensure the highest product quality;
  • Moving the existing React web apps to React Native.
  • Post your job opening on the recruiting websites like Indeed or Glassdoor, share it on social media, and wait for the CVs from potential hires.
How to check React Native developer hard skills?

To hire the best React Native developer, ask the right questions. Below are some ideas of what you can ask your potential hires to check their hard skills.

  • Can you explain in simple words what is React Native?
  • Please name the key advantages of using React Native for mobile development?
  • How do you start the React Native app development?
  • What are the steps to convert a native iOS app to Android?
  • What is cross platform application development?
  • What is the difference between native and hybrid app development?
  • What is a virtual DOM?
  • Please explain what are native apps and hybrid apps?
  • What happens when you call “setState”?
  • Can you talk about the difference between state and props?
  • What is the point of Redux?
  • What is Flux?
  • What is JSX?
  • In which ways is mobile app development with React Native different from web app development with React.js?
  • Can you explain the difference between React Native and React.js?
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