|Realm React Native|
|Monday, 29 February 2016|
A new version of Realm mobile database has been launched, built specifically for Facebook React.js. Faster than existing options, it offers easy object persistence and full query capabilities.
Realm was originally launched for Java, Objective-C, and Swift in 2014 and has gained wide acceptance.
TaskRabbit is an app that lets you find local people who are willing and able to carry out tasks for you. Brian Leonard, co-founder of TaskRabbit, said that using Realm and React Native made him ten times more productive than when developing a regular iOS app, and meant there was:
"a decent chance much of the code could be reused on Android. If every feature did not have to be developed twice, we could choose to develop twice as many features or have half the engineers work on something else."
The Realm team plans to add support for other platforms including Cordova and Node.js (V8) in the future.
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