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React JS and React Native are both based on React, but they have some key differences in terms of syntax and components. Here are some steps to help you implement React JS to React Native:

1. Install React Native:

The first step is to install React Native on your machine using npm or yarn. You can use the following command to install it:


Implement React JsTo React Native


2. Create a New React Native Project:

Once you have installed React Native, you can create a new project using the following command:


react-native init MyProject


3. Install Dependencies:

To use React JS components in your React Native project, you need to install the necessary dependencies. Run the following command in your project directory:


npm install react react-dom react-native-web


4. Use React JS Components In Your React Native App:

You can now use React JS components in your React Native app by importing them and rendering them in your app’s render method. For example, you can use the following code to render a simple React JS component in your React Native app:


import React from 'react';
import { View, Text } from 'react-native';

const App = () => {
  return (
      Hello, React JS!

export default App;


5. Test Your App:

You can test your app by running the following command:


react-native run-ios


This will launch your app in the iOS simulator. You can also test your app on an Android emulator or a physical device by running react-native run-android instead.

Note that while React JS and React Native share some similarities, there are also some differences in terms of syntax and available components. You may need to adjust your code to work properly in a React Native environment.