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Where To Get Support

React is worked on full-time by Facebook's product infrastructure and Instagram's user interface engineering teams. They're often around and available for questions.

Stack Overflow #

Many members of the community use Stack Overflow to ask questions. Read through the existing questions tagged with reactjs or ask your own!

Discussion forum #

For longer-form conversations about React, we've set up a discussion forum at discuss.reactjs.org. This forum is a great place for discussion about best practices and application architecture as well as the future of React. If you have an answerable code-level question, please post it to Stack Overflow instead.

In the forum there's also a category for job posts and a category for discussion of our weekly meeting notes.

Reactiflux Chat #

If you need an answer right away, check out the Reactiflux Discord community. There are usually a number of React experts there who can help out or point you to somewhere you might want to look.

Freenode IRC #

Many developers also hang out in #reactjs on Freenode.

Facebook and Twitter #

For the latest news about React, like us on Facebook and follow @reactjs on Twitter. In addition, you can use the #reactjs hashtag to see what others are saying or add to the conversation.