Realm React Native vs Redux Persist

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Realm React Native vs Redux Persist: What are the differences?

What is Realm React Native? Realm JavaScript enables you to efficiently write your app’s model layer in a safe, persisted and fast way. It’s designe. Realm JavaScript enables you to efficiently write your app’s model layer in a safe, persisted and fast way. It’s designed to work with React Native and Node.js.

What is Redux Persist? A library to persist and rehydrate a redux store. It is a library allowing to save the redux store in the local storage of your browser. It promises to retain the users’ redux-state which is an attractive proposition for most developers.

Realm React Native belongs to "Mobile Database" category of the tech stack, while Redux Persist can be primarily classified under "Javascript Utilities & Libraries".

Realm React Native and Redux Persist are both open source tools. It seems that Redux Persist with 8.63K GitHub stars and 592 forks on GitHub has more adoption than Realm React Native with 3.64K GitHub stars and 353 GitHub forks.

Discontinuity, ikusei, and PlexChat are some of the popular companies that use Realm React Native, whereas Redux Persist is used by NUU, Recipe List, and STRV. Realm React Native has a broader approval, being mentioned in 5 company stacks & 12 developers stacks; compared to Redux Persist, which is listed in 4 company stacks and 3 developer stacks.

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    What is Realm React Native?

    Realm JavaScript enables you to efficiently write your app’s model layer in a safe, persisted and fast way. It’s designed to work with React Native and Node.js.

    What is Redux Persist?

    It is a library allowing to save the redux store in the local storage of your browser. It promises to retain the users’ redux-state which is an attractive proposition for most developers.

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    What are some alternatives to Realm React Native and Redux Persist?
    Realm
    The Realm Mobile Platform is a next-generation data layer for applications. Realm is reactive, concurrent, and lightweight, allowing you to work with live, native objects.
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    GreenDAO
    It is an open source Android ORM making development for SQLite databases fun again. It relieves developers from dealing with low-level database requirements while saving development time.
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