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October 24, 2021

Moralis Introduces React Native Support

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We at Moralis are proud to be bringing React Native support to Moralis! This means creating mobile applications that use Moralis for Android and iOS is now easier than ever. Supercharge your mobile Web3 app development with Moralis’ React Native support!

Moralis Adds React Native Support

So, why is the introduction of React Native support through Moralis such a big deal? Well, as any developer will know, React Native is an open-source JavaScript framework that allows you to easily create mobile applications. As the name suggests, React Native is a version of React that allows you to develop native Android and iOS applications. This is especially important when you want to build intuitive user interfaces for mobile platforms rather than for browsers.

The mobile application industry is still growing at a tremendous rate. What’s more, it’s clear to see how this – in conjunction with the advent of the Web3 industry – will cause interest in mobile Web3 apps to explode. Nevertheless, building Web3 apps – not to mention mobile-first Web3 apps – is a bothersome task.

By introducing React Native support to Moralis, you’ll now be able to build great mobile-first dApps and Web3 apps. As Moralis is quickly becoming the default development environment for Web3 apps, this will make a big difference. Adding support for React Native allows Moralis developers to create truly native Web3 mobile apps. 

Best of all? All mobile native features, such as Moralis’ existing support for WalletConnect, are built.in. This means creating great mobile dApps and Web3 apps is now easier than ever!  In short, React Native gives you access to the best parts of the Web React framework within a natively mobile context.

What is Moralis?

Moralis is a Web3 operating system. As such, Moralis allows you to quickly and easily prototype, build, and run your Web3 apps, dApps, or DeFi projects. What’s more, Moralis acts as middleware, giving you access to a comprehensive blockchain backend. Consequently, you do not need to  set up, manage and maintain your own backend to develop Web3 apps. Instead, you can simply use Moralis – and instantly get access to capable, infinitely scalable, serverless Web3 backend infrastructure.

Moreover, Moralis offers a long list of powerful features to take your dApp development to the next level. Beyond this recent addition of full React Native support, Moralis is cross-chain compatible. This means you can learn about BEP20, ERC721 tokens, build Avalanche dApps, understand BscScan, access a React dApp template, or learn how to become a blockchain developer – all using Moralis. 

Furthermore, Moralis’ ultimate NFT API is the best way to mint NFTs. This comes in addition to Moralis’ Ethereum API, giving you easy access to Ethereum authentication when you want to build dApps on Ethereum quickly. The Moralis Blog is also full of handy guides and tips. Be sure to check it for daily updates on everything from the best language for blockchain development to the limitations of RPC nodes, or understand why Moralis is becoming the default “Infura for BSC” alternative. Sign up for free with Moralis today to explore all of this functionality!

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