React Native Router Flux

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React Native Router Flux

The first declarative React Native router


React Native Router (v4.x) provides a different API over react-navigation, making it easier for users to define all routes in one central place and navigate between screens efficiently. This tool inherits limitations and changes from updated versions, with different versions based on React Navigation v1.x to v5.x.


  • Centralized Routing: Define all routes in one component.
  • Ease of Navigation: Navigate and communicate between screens effortlessly.
  • API Compatibility: Based on different versions of React Navigation for flexibility.


To install React Native Router (v4.x), follow these steps:

  1. Install native dependencies used by RNRF:
    npm install react-native-screens
    npm install react-native-gesture-handler
    npm install react-native-reanimated
    npm install react-native-safe-area-context
    npm install @react-native-community/masked-view
  2. Install the React Native Router Flux component:
    npm install react-native-router-flux


React Native Router (v4.x) simplifies the navigation and communication between screens by providing a centralized approach to defining routes. By separating navigation logic from presentation, users can easily manage transitions and interactions using a powerful API. However, it's essential to note the version compatibility with React Navigation and the dependencies required for installation.


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React Native

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