Setting up


In order to develop React Async on your local machine, you'll need git, node and yarn.


To clone the repository, commit your changes and push them upstream, you'll need to have git installed.


As a JavaScript project, we rely heavily on Node.js. It's recommended to use a version manager such as fnm for Mac / Linux or nvm-windows for Windows to install the latest Node.js with.


This repo relies on Yarn workspaces, so you should install and use yarn@1.3.2 or higher as the package manager for this project.

Project setup

To start working on React Async, clone the repository and bootstrap the project by running the following commands one-by-one:

git clone
cd react-async
yarn install
yarn bootstrap
yarn test

This should install all dependencies, build and link the react-async and react-async-devtools packages to the examples, and finally run the unit tests. In the end it should succeed with a message (numbers may change):

Test Suites: 6 passed, 6 total
Tests:       136 passed, 136 total

Note that all work is done against the next branch, we only merge to master when doing a release.

Editor setup

We recommend using Visual Studio Code with the following extensions:

Make sure to enable editor.formatOnSave, so Prettier will automatically apply the right code style. For the full immersive experience you can also install and use the Overpass Mono font.

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