Get React Version

Looking to get react version from one of your apps? You have a few different options!

Get React Version in code

If you’re already in the JavaScript, you can print the current React version by doing:

import React, { version } from 'react';

console.log(version);

This also works with the require syntax:

const React = require('react');
const version = React.version;

console.log(version);

You can also check your package-lock.json or yarn.lock file!

cat package-lock.json | grep \"react\" -A 1

Or, if you are using Yarn:

cat yarn.lock | grep \"react\" -A 1

Written by Jon Kuperman living in Florida working on Adobe's Creative Cloud. You should follow him on Twitter

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