ReactNativeAutoUpdater vs Replit

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ReactNativeAutoUpdater vs repl.it: What are the differences?

ReactNativeAutoUpdater: A library to manage dynamic updates to React Native apps, by AeroFS. React Native Auto Updater was built to send updates over the air to bypass the sluggish AppStore review process, and speed up release cycles; repl.it: React Native mobile apps in browser. You don't need an SDK like XCode or Android Studio. Beam code from Replit to your phone over the air, write LIVE code on Replit and you'll see it on your phone.

ReactNativeAutoUpdater and repl.it can be categorized as "Cross-Platform Mobile" tools.

ReactNativeAutoUpdater is an open source tool with 1.44K GitHub stars and 138 GitHub forks. Here's a link to ReactNativeAutoUpdater's open source repository on GitHub.

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Pros of ReactNativeAutoUpdater
Pros of Replit
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    No need to wait Apple review
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    Faster deployments
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    Over the air updates
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    Less Complicated
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    Continuous Deployment
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    Free base plan and Premium plan is cheap
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    Github integration
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    Supports a Reasonable amount of languages
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    Helpfull Community
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    Emmet support
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    Emmet support

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Cons of ReactNativeAutoUpdater
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      Limited Storage, CPU, Ram
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      Server cannot stay 24/7
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      Very Limited Database API
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      Poor support

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    What is ReactNativeAutoUpdater?

    React Native Auto Updater was built to send updates over the air to bypass the sluggish AppStore review process, and speed up release cycles.

    What is Replit?

    It is a platform for creating and sharing software. You can write your code and host it all in the same place. It is also a place to learn how to code.

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