Top 2 Code Editors For React Native Mobile App Development

After setting up the development environment we have to decide which Code Editor we can use to develop our React Native Application. Here are the Top 2 Code Editors For React Native Mobile App Development. You can use any of the Code Editors to start development.

Basically, React development don’t need any specific code editor, you can use any code editor which will help you to work with JavaScript but Choosing a Code Editor for React Native Development which is customisable and rich in the feature can increase your development speed.

There are so many editors which are available for the React Native development but here we want to introduce only two of them, which are good in performance and best for the React Native App debugging but that doesn’t mean rest are not good.

We are just filtering out the simple to install and easy to operate code editors for the beginners and for those who are confused about what to choose. Due to the support of a very large community both are mostly used code editors.

We just want to mention that we are not in the big fans of both the editors and also don’t want to promote them, it is just we found both the code editors developer friendly.

  1. Atom + Nuclide (Nuclide is an additional package of Atom which can be added in Atom after installation)
  2. Visual Studio Code.

1. Atom

Atom is a text editor that is modern, approachable, yet hackable editor made for the 21st century. Hence developers from all major technologies love to use Atom. It has a huge active community above all there are always enhancements/plugins available for everything.

  • Platform: Windows, Mac, Linux.
  • Features:
    • Cross-platform editing
    • Built-in package manager
    • Smart auto-completion
    • File system browser
    • Multiple panes
    • Find and replace

You can find the installation guide for Atom code editor here.

2. Visual Studio Code

Microsoft developed  Visual Studio Code is a source code editor. It is free and open-source and includes support for debugging, embedded Git control, syntax highlighting, intelligent code completion, snippets, and code refactoring.

  • Platform: Windows, Mac, Linux
  • Features:
    • Git commands built-in
    • Extensible and customizable
    • Code debugging right from the editor

You can find the installation guide for Visual Studio Code editor here.

You can choose any of the above code editors for the React Native Development in our upcoming tutorials.

If you have any doubt about the topic you can comment below or contact us here.

Hope you liked it. 🙂

2 thoughts on “Top 2 Code Editors For React Native Mobile App Development”

  1. Oh, that’s great I used visual studio editor that was really amazing but now I try to use Atom and check features of this editor I hope so it will stunning experience with Atom.


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