It’s difficult to predict the future of any technology, including React Native. However, React Native continues to be a popular choice for building mobile applications, and there is a large and active community of developers who continue to contribute to its development and improvement.
React Native provides several benefits, such as the ability to write code once and deploy it across multiple platforms (iOS and Android), a fast development cycle, and access to a wide range of third-party libraries and tools. Additionally, React Native is backed by Facebook, which has a strong track record of maintaining and improving its open-source projects.
While there may be some challenges and competition in the mobile development space, it’s unlikely that React Native will “die” anytime soon. Instead, it is more likely that it will continue to evolve and adapt to meet the changing needs and requirements of mobile application development.
There are several competitors to React Native in the mobile app development space, such as Flutter, Xamarin, Ionic, NativeScript, Kotlin Multiplatform. Each with their own strengths and weaknesses. The choice of which framework to use will depend on your specific needs and requirements.