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Create React App
Create React apps with no build configuration.
Getting Started – How to create a new app.
User Guide – How to develop apps bootstrapped with Create React App.
Create React App works on macOS, Windows, and Linux.
If something doesn’t work please file an issue.
npm install -g create-react-app
Then open http://localhost:3000/ to see your app.
When you’re ready to deploy to production, create a minified bundle with npm run build.
Get Started Immediately
You don’t need to install or configure tools like Webpack or Babel.
They are preconfigured and hidden so that you can focus on the code.
Just create a project, and you’re good to go.
Install it once globally:
npm install -g create-react-app
You’ll need to have Node >= 4 on your machine.
We strongly recommend to use Node >= 6 and npm >= 3 for faster installation speed and better disk usage. You can use nvm to easily switch Node versions between different projects.
This tool doesn’t assume a Node backend. The Node installation is only required for Create React App itself.
Creating an App
To create a new app, run:
It will create a directory called my-app inside the current folder.
Inside that directory, it will generate the initial project structure and install the transitive dependencies:
No configuration or complicated folder structures, just the files you need to build your app.
Once the installation is done, you can run some commands inside the project folder:
npm start or yarn start
Runs the app in development mode.
Open http://localhost:3000 to view it in the browser.
The page will reload if you make edits.
You will see the build errors and lint warnings in the console.
npm test or yarn test
Runs the test watcher in an interactive mode.
By default, runs tests related to files changes since the last commit.
Read more about testing.
npm run build or yarn build
Builds the app for production to the build folder.
It correctly bundles React in production mode and optimizes the build for the best performance.
The build is minified and the filenames include the hashes.
Your app is ready to be deployed!
The User Guide includes information on different topics, such as:
Updating to New Releases
Supported Language Features and Polyfills
Syntax Highlighting in the Editor
Displaying Lint Output in the Editor
Debugging in the Editor
Changing the Page
Installing a Dependency
Importing a Component
Adding a Stylesheet
Adding a CSS Preprocessor (Sass, Less etc.)
Adding Images, Fonts, and Files
Using the public Folder
Using Global Variables
Adding Custom Environment Variables
Can I Use Decorators?
Integrating with an API Backend
Proxying API Requests in Development
Using HTTPS in Development
Generating Dynamic Tags on the Server
Pre-Rendering into Static HTML Files
Developing Components in Isolation
Making a Progressive Web App
A copy of the user guide will be created as README.md in your project folder.
How to Update to New Versions?
Please refer to the User Guide for this and other information.
One Dependency: There is just one build dependency. It uses Webpack, Babel, ESLint, and other amazing projects, but provides a cohesive curated experience on top of them.
No Configuration Required: You don’t need to configure anything. Reasonably good configuration of both development and production builds is handled for you so you can focus on writing code.
No Lock-In: You can “eject” to a custom setup at any time. Run a single command, and all the configuration and build dependencies will be moved directly into your project, so you can pick up right where you left off.
Why Use This?
If you’re getting started with React, use create-react-app to automate the build of your app. There is no configuration file, and react-scripts is the only extra build dependency in your package.json. Your environment will have everything you need to build a modern React app:
React, JSX, ES6, and Flow syntax support.
Language extras beyond ES6 like the object spread operator.
A dev server that lints for common errors.
Autoprefixed CSS, so you don’t need -webkit or other prefixes.
A build script to bundle JS, CSS, and images for production, with sourcemaps.
The feature set is intentionally limited. It doesn’t support advanced features such as server rendering or CSS modules. The tool is also non-configurable because it is hard to provide a cohesive experience and easy updates across a set of tools when the user can tweak anything.
Converting to a Custom Setup
If you’re a power user and you aren’t happy with the default configuration, you can “eject” from the tool and use it as a boilerplate generator.
Running npm run eject copies all the configuration files and the transitive dependencies (Webpack, Babel, ESLint, etc) right into your project so you have full control over them. Commands like npm start and npm run build will still work, but they will point to the copied scripts so you can tweak them. At this point, you’re on your own.
Note: this is a one-way operation. Once you eject, you can’t go back!
You don’t have to ever use eject. The curated feature set is suitable for small and middle deployments, and you shouldn’t feel obligated to use this feature. However we understand that this tool wouldn’t be useful if you couldn’t customize it when you are ready for it.
Some features are currently not supported:
Some experimental syntax extensions (e.g. decorators).
Importing LESS or Sass directly (but you still can use them).
Hot reloading of components.
Some of them might get added in the future if they are stable, are useful to majority of React apps, don’t conflict with existing tools, and don’t introduce additional configuration.
The tools used by Create React App are subject to change. Currently it is a thin layer on top of many amazing community projects, such as:
webpack with webpack-dev-server, html-webpack-plugin and style-loader
Babel with ES6 and extensions used by Facebook (JSX, object spread, class properties)
All of them are transitive dependencies of the provided npm package.
We’d love to have your helping hand on create-react-app! See CONTRIBUTING.md for more information on what we’re looking for and how to get started.
Looking for something similar, but for React Native?
Check out Create React Native App.
We are grateful to the authors of existing related projects for their ideas and collaboration:
If you don’t agree with the choices made in this project, you might want to explore alternatives with different tradeoffs.
Some of the more popular and actively maintained ones are:
Notable alternatives also include:
You can also use module bundlers like webpack and Browserify directly.
React documentation includes a walkthrough on this topic.
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