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Skill Tree Lookup for ESO app: Taste of ReactNative

I heard about ReactNative when it first came out. After many years later, I finally decided to give it a try because it would be nice to release an app for both Android and iOS platform. I'm not an Android app engineer so this was my first app that is available on Google Play thanks to ReactNative. The app turned out nice and looks native, but the performance is not as good as native app build using Swift or Java especially on older devices.

I was excited about the Android release because there are more Android phones out there. Result is that I made about the same Ad revenue from each platform.

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