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How to convert from Angular to React Native

Transitioning from Angular to React Native can be a challenging yet rewarding process. This guide aims to help you understand how to convert your existing Angular application to React Native. Even though Angular and React Native serve different purposes—Angular is for web development and React Native is for mobile app development—the concepts and approaches can be mapped to simplify your migration.

Understanding the Basics: Angular vs. React Native

Angular is a web application framework based on TypeScript and maintained by Google. It is known for its two-way data binding, a strong dependency injection system, and modularity. React Native, developed by Facebook, enables developers to build mobile applications using JavaScript and the React library, leveraging native components for performance.

Project Setup: Initializing React Native

Before diving into the code conversion, set up your React Native environment:

  1. Install Node.js and npm: React Native requires Node.js and npm (or yarn) for package management.
  2. Install React Native CLI: Run the command npm install -g react-native-cli.
  3. Initialize a New Project: Use the command react-native init ProjectName.

This sets up a basic React Native structure, similar to Angular’s CLI-generated project.

Component Conversion: Converting Angular Components to React Native

Angular components are the building blocks of any Angular application. Similarly, React Native applications are built using React components:

  • Angular Component Structure:

      selector: 'app-sample',
      templateUrl: './sample.component.html',
      styleUrls: ['./sample.component.css']
    export class SampleComponent {
      title = 'Hello Angular';
  • React Native Component Structure:

    import React from 'react';
    import { Text, View, StyleSheet } from 'react-native';
    const SampleComponent = () => {
      return (
        <View style={styles.container}>
          <Text>Hello React Native</Text>
    const styles = StyleSheet.create({
      container: {
        flex: 1,
        justifyContent: 'center',
        alignItems: 'center',
    export default SampleComponent;

The key differences are the use of JSX in React Native versus Angular's templating (HTML) and styling with StyleSheet instead of CSS/SCSS.

Handling State Management

Angular typically uses services and RxJS for state management. In React Native, useState and useEffect hooks, or state management libraries like Redux, are common.

  • Angular Service:

      providedIn: 'root',
    export class SampleService {
      private _data = new BehaviorSubject<string>('Angular Data');
      data$ = this._data.asObservable();
  • React Native with Hooks:

    import React, { useState, useEffect } from 'react';
    import { Text, View } from 'react-native';
    const SampleComponent = () => {
      const [data, setData] = useState('React Native Data');
      useEffect(() => {
        // Mimic a data fetch or subscription
        setData('Updated Data');
      }, []);
      return (
    export default SampleComponent;

Routing and Navigation

Angular uses the Angular Router for navigation. React Native uses libraries such as React Navigation.

  • Angular Router:

    const routes: Routes = [
      { path: 'home', component: HomeComponent },
      { path: 'about', component: AboutComponent },
      imports: [RouterModule.forRoot(routes)],
      exports: [RouterModule]
    export class AppRoutingModule { }
  • React Navigation:

    import { NavigationContainer } from '@react-navigation/native';
    import { createStackNavigator } from '@react-navigation/stack';
    import HomeScreen from './screens/HomeScreen';
    import AboutScreen from './screens/AboutScreen';
    const Stack = createStackNavigator();
    const App = () => {
      return (
          <Stack.Navigator initialRouteName="Home">
            <Stack.Screen name="Home" component={HomeScreen} />
            <Stack.Screen name="About" component={AboutScreen} />
    export default App;

Dependency Injection

Angular uses a robust dependency injection (DI) system. In React Native, you can use context or libraries like react-di for dependency injection.

  • Angular DI:

      providedIn: 'root',
    export class DataService {
      getData() {
        return 'Data from Service';
  • React Native Context API:

    import React, { createContext, useContext } from 'react';
    const DataContext = createContext();
    const DataProvider = ({ children }) => {
      const data = 'Data from Context';
      return (
        <DataContext.Provider value={data}>
    const SampleComponent = () => {
      const data = useContext(DataContext);
      return <Text>{data}</Text>;
    export { DataProvider, SampleComponent };


Converting from Angular to React Native involves not only syntactical changes but also architectural shifts. Begin by establishing a firm grasp of React Native components, state management, and navigation. With some practice, you'll be able to transition your applications seamlessly. And remember, while there isn't a "Free Angular to React Native Code Converter" that can automate this process entirely, understanding these conversion steps will significantly ease the transition. Happy coding!

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