A desktop app for inspecting your React JS and React Native projects. macOS, Linux, and Windows.
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Upgrading from v1?

Make sure your reactotron-* dependencies match the version of the Reactotron app. For example reactotron-react-native@2 will only work with the 2.x version of the app.

Version 1.x is located here if you're looking for what's currently shipping!

reactotron-react-native@2 requires react-native >= 0.54. If you need, an older version, checkout the 1.x branch.

What is Reactotron?

A macOS, Windows, and Linux app for inspecting your React JS and React Native apps.

Use it to:

  • view your application state
  • show API requests & responses
  • perform quick performance benchmarks
  • subscribe to parts of your application state
  • display messages similar to console.log
  • track global errors with source-mapped stack traces including saga stack traces!
  • dispatch actions like a government-run mind control experiment
  • hot swap your app's state using Redux or mobx-state-tree
  • track your sagas
  • show image overlay in React Native
  • track your Async Storage in React Native

You plug it into your app as a dev dependency so it adds nothing to your product builds.

Desktop

Reactotron on the left, demo React Native app on the right.

Desktop

Documentation

Credits

Reactotron is built and maintained by @skellock, @rmevans9, and 50+ glorious contributors!

This project would not be possible without the financial & moral support of the lovely & talented Infinite Red crew.

Premium Support

Reactotron, as an open source project, is free to use and always will be. Infinite Red offers premium React Native mobile app design/development services. Email us at hello@infinite.red to get in touch for more details.