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React NativeReact Native

Hi, I worked on a lot of Android applications that needed native components and fine-tuned communications protocols, so multi-platform apps was impossible or way too expensive. There are a lot of examples over the years of companies beginning with multi-platform framework and finally switching to native e.g. https://medium.com/airbnb-engineering/react-native-at-airbnb-f95aa460be1c

My advice would be, as you are at the beginning of your startup and know React well: Develop your first app in React to showcase your product, add features, remove ones and find your product-market fit. Switch to native only if you have really bad performances issues or features that you cannot implement in React. It will save you a lot of times ! There is very few developers who are experts in Android & iOS !

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Chinomnso Awazie
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July 31st 2020 at 6:10PM

Thanks for your meaningful and helpful contribution.

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Jitsi MeetJitsi Meet

I think Jitsi is clearly underrated and has all the wanted features for a simple video conferencing. Jitsi is opensource and privacy/security concerned (Zoom had some serious security issues). You can easily host your own instance or use the public one or purchase a hosted one. There is mobile & desktop apps and you can easily connect using a browser (a must-have feature for entreprise guests).

About your meeting records, Jitsi has a record feature (to Dropbox on public server and more integrations on private ones) and a Livestream feature to Youtube which is really cool and allow you to have unlimited videos, create playlist, public or not...

So I would definitely go for Jisti !

NB: if your company has a Microsoft 365 subscriptions or a Google Workspace one, you should also consider using them as they are part of you plan :)

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