React Native Mastery: 10 Multiple-Choice Questions to Test Your Knowledge.


Top 10 M.C.Q:- Questions and Answers for improving and understanding React Native Framework. Learn and Understand React Native Framework like Pro.

1. Question: What is React Native primarily used for?

A. Building web applications

B. Building mobile applications

C. Building desktop applications

D. Building server-side applications

Correct Answer: B

2. Question: In React Native, what is used to define the structure and layout of user interfaces?


B. JSX (JavaScript XML)



Correct Answer: B

3. Question: What is the main programming language used in React Native?

A. Java

B. C#

C. JavaScript

D. Python

Correct Answer: C

4. Question: Which of the following platforms is NOT supported by React Native?

A. iOS

B. Android

C. Windows

D. macOS

Correct Answer: C

5. Question: What is a component in React Native?

A. A built-in function

B. A reusable piece of UI

C. A JavaScript package

D. A mobile device

Correct Answer: B

6. Question: How do you handle user input in React Native forms?

A. Using HTML forms

B. Using JavaScript functions

C. Using Redux

D. Using state

Correct Answer: D

7. Question: What is the purpose of the "props" object in React Native components?

A. To define the component's layout

B. To pass data from parent to child components

C. To style the component

D. To define the component's behavior

Correct Answer: B

8. Question: Which of the following is NOT a core component in React Native?

A. View

B. Text

C. Button


Correct Answer: D

9. Question: How do you manage navigation between screens in a React Native application?

A. Using Redux

B. Using the "navigation" prop

C. Using HTML links

D. Using JavaScript functions

Correct Answer: B

10. Question: What is the purpose of "useState" in React Native?

**A. To define the component's state** 
 **B. To define the component's layout** 
 **C. To define the component's behavior** 
 **D. To define the component's styling** 
 **Correct Answer: A**

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