Foundation and Requirements
React Native – It is a full-fledged framework that is already packed with everything you need and most likely, you wouldn’t require more either.
Document Object Model
ReactJS – It allows you to render any type of HTML, SVG or Canvas. It refreshes pages in parts which makes it faster than other conventional full refresh models. It provides the reusability of code components.
React Native – It doesn’t use HTML to render the app. It provides other alternative components, most of which can be translated to something similar like in HTML, but that means that you won’t be able to reuse any libraries.
React Native – Here you have to learn a completely new way to perform an animation. It has an in-built API called Animated.
ReactJS – Web pages built here use React-router for navigation.
React Native – It has an entirely different library called Navigation for the same purpose.
It hardly makes sense to compare them as the results were more or less equally effective among both of them.
ReactJS – It allows you to run a single piece of code across all platforms, which means creating applications take less time and effort.
React Native – Here you have to define codes for each platform, which means it takes more time and effort than ReactJS.