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React.parts — A catalog of React Native components

We've moved! Check out our new catalog: JS.coach

Adding a new project to the catalog

In order to be listed in the catalog, a React-related project should meet the following criteria:

  • Unscoped package published in the NPM registry: Your package must be published on the NPM registry. Currently, scoped packages are omitted from search results, and because of that we need the package name to be unscoped.
  • The package.json file has a repository property that points to GitHub: We currently use GitHub for displaying stars, documentation and for detecting platform support (in the case of React Native). Please, set the repository property so we can find your repo.
  • The package.json file has a keywords property: It improves discoverability if you add the react-component keyword to your package.json. If your package is for React Native, we recommend that you also add the react-native and ios keywords, and/or alternatively android (depending on which platforms your package supports).
  • ReadMe file with usage examples: The package should include instructions and examples.

Here's an example of a package.json file for a React Native component:

{
  "name": "my-npm-package-name",
  "repository": {
    "type": "git",
    "url": "https://github.com/owner-name/repository-name"
  },
  "description": "A short description of your package",
  "keywords": [
    "react-component",
    "react-native",
    "ios",
    "android"
  ],
  "peerDependencies": {
    "react-native": "^0.14.2"
  }, …
}

The React ecosystem is made by so much more than components, and so we have been adding other kinds of packages to the catalog, including mixins, boilerplates, generators and other libraries that are related to React, Flux or GraphQL. All packages are manually reviewed, so keep in mind that your package may take days before being added to the catalog.