React Native start to be mature enough to think about adding the ability to place, executed in parallel, some controller's scripts in different threads.

The one and only bottle neck of React Native is the slowing performance on view building and animations due to the single Javascript thread.

We see appearing here and there different node modules that could be merge into React Native core.

I specifically think about:

- for the workers: https://github.com/devfd/react-native-workers

- Hamster for the multithreading engine: http://www.hamsters.io

Starting developing on that direction makes huge changes in the app. If those libs were included in Core, there's maybe a way to start threads transparently by placing specific markers at the head of the JS Classes?

React-Native is awesome and have all to be the next cross platform language for web and mobile.

But in the near future, when the applications will be complex enough, the criticism will rapidly comes from the lack of speed and smooth transition that make all the difference between an 100% Native App and a 80% Native React-Native App...