React Native for Windows
Build native Windows apps with React.
See the official React Native website for an introduction to React Native.
Visit the official React Native for Windows & Mac website to learn more.
Status and roadmap
Check out our blog if you'd like to stay up to date on the status of React Native for Windows and check out current and past roadmaps. We will post all new releases, updates and general news about the project there.
You can run React Native Windows apps only on devices supported by the Windows 10 SDK.
For a full and detailed list of the system requirements and how to set up your development platform, see our System Requirements documentation on our website.
See the Getting Started Guide on our React Native for Windows & Mac website to build your first React Native for Windows app.
Search the existing issues and try to make sure your problem doesn’t already exist before opening a new issue. If your issue doesn't exist yet, try to make sure you provide as much information as possible to us so we can help you sooner. It’s helpful if you include information like:
- The version of Windows, React Native, React Native Windows extension, and device family (i.e., mobile, desktop, Xbox, etc.) where you ran into the issue.
- A stack trace and reduced repro case when possible.
- Ensure the appropriate template is used when filing your issue(s).
See Contributing guidelines for how to setup your fork of the repo and start a PR to contribute to React Native for Windows.
React Native already has great documentation and we're working to ensure the React Native Windows is part of that documentation story.
React Native for Windows has it's own separate documentation site where Windows and Mac specific information, like API docs and blog updates live.
- Using the CLI in the Getting Started guide will set you up with a sample React Native for Windows app that you can begin editing right away.
- If you're looking for sample code, just browse the RNTester folder in the GitHub web UI
The React Native Windows extension, including modifications to the original Facebook source code, and all newly contributed code is provided under the MIT License. Portions of the React Native Windows extension derived from React Native are copyright Facebook.