This article will help you get a general understanding of our React Native bridge. We'll be going over why it's necessary in some cases and how it can help you use Usabilla in your own App.
Let's start with the basics. Nearly all mobile apps are built to run on two platforms; iOS and Android. Both platforms have their own programming language of preference. iOS apps are written in Swift and Android apps are written in Java/Kotlin. Whenever apps are written in these native languages we call them native apps. The two Usabilla for Apps Software Development Kits (SDK's) are also written in native languages.
Below you can find two links which you can forward to your developers. One of them contains the 'npm module' and the other one is a link to our Github page dedicated to the bridge. Both of these pages contain extensive instructions for setting it up.
We had fun creating this bridge and we hope you have fun using it. If you have any feedback for us, feel free to reach out to our Support team.