Microsoft works closely with Facebook to improve the React Native experience on Windows and macOS.

Facebook’s React Native framework allows developers to use JavaScript only to build mobile applications and to write rich mobile user interfaces with declarative components. At last year’s Developers Conference (Build 2019), Microsoft also announced a performance-oriented “React Native for Windows” implementation. Since then, the software giant has worked closely with Facebook’s React Native team to provide better support for React Native on Windows and macOS.

Microsoft works closely with Facebook to improve the React Native experience on Windows and macOS.

(From: React Native / GitHub)

Yesterday, Facebook announced a further partnership with Microsoft to improve the React Native experience on Windows and macOS by creating a new sub-team.

It is reported that the React Native team will work closely with Messenger Desktop, which is based on Both Windows and macOS, and Microsoft.

Improve React Native by leveraging system features that reactor scour with to achieve a better native experience on your desktop.

Microsoft works closely with Facebook to improve the React Native experience on Windows and macOS.

Facebook and Microsoft said they were pleased to bring React Native to more platforms, features built for desktop platforms, and improved for the mobile and web experience.

The next step will be even more exciting, with both companies looking to help developers with extensive experience on the Windows and macOS platforms work together, and Facebook currently recruiting new team members.