Create React Native apps that run on iOS, Android, and web
The fastest way to create universal React Native apps
Once you're up and running with Create React Native App, visit this tutorial for more information on building mobile apps with React.
npx create-react-native-appCreate a new native React app.
yarn ios-- (
react-native run-ios) Build the iOS App (requires a MacOS computer).
yarn android-- (
react-native run-android) Build the Android App.
yarn web-- (
expo start:web) Run the website in your browser.
By default you create a bare-workflow React project with support for iOS, Android, and web. You can opt to use an example project instead by selecting the "Templates from ..." option. Custom templates can be used with
npx create-react-native-app -t with-typescript
npx create-react-native-app --template https://github.com/someone/my-react-starter-- Only works with GitHub repos on the master branch.
Expo Client enables you to work with all of the Components and APIs in
Expo Client supports running any project that doesn't have custom native modules added.
npm i -g expo-cli
If you're having issues with Create React Native App, please make sure:
Please see Contributing guide in the Expo CLI monorepo for instructions on contributing to Expo CLI.
The examples feature was inspired by the
templatessystem of create-next-app by the Vercel team.
CRNA is focused on being the fastest way to bootstrap a React Native app without worrying about the native platforms or bundlers required for developing and shipping apps. Other tools provide both an init script (which is slower) and a suite of other tools that can be used for interacting with the project. CRNA is meant to be used with any of the following tools:
Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):
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Cedric van Putten
This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!