Coming from the React Native side of things, I completely agree with this. Arguing about how “native” or “not-native” a tool is happens to be a great way to divert the discussion away from the actual pros and cons of each approach. It’s the “made in America” of mobile apps. It also creates a false dichotomy between full WebView or React Native or NativeScript or whatever apps, and apps built completely with the god-given (er, Apple/Google given). These tools, like the communities behind them, work best when evaluated and combined based on the needs of a given app.