Need help?

At Facebook, there are dozens of engineers who work on React Native full-time. But there are far more people in the community who make key contributions and fix things. So if you need help with your React Native app, the right place to go depends on the type of help that you need.

Browse the docs

Find what you're looking for in our detailed documentation and guides.

Explore samples

Take apart these fully built applications, and get some inspiration for your own.

Stay up to date

Find out what's happening in the world of React Native.

Join the community

Connect with other React Native developers. Show off your project, or ask how other people solved similar problems.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Many React Native users are active on Stack Overflow. Browse existing questions, or ask your own technical question.

  • React Native Community

    If you have an open-ended question or you just want to get a general sense of what React Native folks talk about, check out the React Native Community Facebook group. It has thousands of developers and almost all posts get a response.

  • Reactiflux Chat

    If you need an answer right away, check out the #react-native channel. There are usually a number of React Native experts there who can help out or point you to somewhere you might want to look.


React Native is open source! Issues and pull requests are welcome.

  • Get Involved

    If you want to contribute, take a look at the list of good first tasks on GitHub. If you want to find out more about what other people are working on, take a look at the Roadmap.

  • Feature Requests

    If you have a feature request, add it to the list or upvote a similar one. The voting system helps surface which issues are most important to the community.

  • Report a Bug

    If you have discovered a bug in React Native, consider submitting a pull request with a fix. If you don't think you can fix it yourself, you can open an issue on GitHub.