We are excited to announce a new release of the React Developer Tools, available today in Chrome, Firefox, and (Chromium) Edge!
A lot has changed in version 4! At a high level, this new version should offer significant performance gains and an improved navigation experience. It also offers full support for React Hooks, including inspecting nested objects.
14.x: Not supported
15.x: Supported (except for the new component filters feature)
0.61: Not supported
0.62: Will be supported (when 0.62 is released)
If you use the standalone shell (e.g. in React Native or Safari), you can install the new version from NPM:
npm install -g react-devtools@^4
The new DevTools provides a way to filter components from the tree to make it easier to navigate deeply nested hierarchies.
Host nodes (e.g. HTML
<div>, React Native
<View>) are hidden by default, but this filter can be disabled:
If you are working with React Native version 60 (or older) you can install the previous release of DevTools from NPM:
npm install --dev react-devtools@^3
For older versions of React DOM (v0.14 or earlier) you will need to build the extension from source:
# Checkout the extension source git clone https://github.com/facebook/react-devtools cd react-devtools # Checkout the previous release branch git checkout v3 # Install dependencies and build the unpacked extension yarn install yarn build:extension # Follow the on-screen instructions to complete installation
We’d like to thank everyone who tested the early release of DevTools version 4. Your feedback helped improve this initial release significantly.