React Native is a package that includes three programming environments: Node.js, iOS, and Android. NPM, the Node Package Manager, needs to be in good working Order.
To Download and set-up follow the steps given below.
Set-ExecutionPolicy Bypass -Scope Process -Force;
[System.Net.ServicePointManager]::SecurityProtocol = [System.Net.ServicePointManager]::SecurityProtocol -bor 3072;
choco install nodejs -v10.13.0
choco install jdk8
choco install android-sdk
choco install androidstudio
choco install vscode
choco install python2
Install the React Native command-line tools
$> npm install -g react-native-cli OR
$> npx react-native init your project_name
$ cd your project_name
$ react-native run-android
Basic Understanding of:-
The NPM is two things: a package management tool running from the command line and a global catalog of open source packages available at your fingertips. NPM packages can live globally or within a node_modules folder for a given project. React Native is best installed globally, whereas project-related dependencies should be downloaded to a local folder. This approach allows you to run React Native’s command-line tool, react-native-cli, anywhere. Specific versions of the React Native can be part of your project’s dependencies.
Android Studio is the official development environment for building and deploying Android applications. It’s free to download. Once you have it set up, it comes with yet another package manager. Fortunately, the React Native Getting Started guide goes through all the details step by step.