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Installation

You can install React Query via NPM, or a good ol' <script> via ESM.sh.

NPM

bash
$ npm i @tanstack/react-query
# or
$ pnpm add @tanstack/react-query
# or
$ yarn add @tanstack/react-query
# or
$ bun add @tanstack/react-query

React Query is compatible with React v18+ and works with ReactDOM and React Native.

Wanna give it a spin before you download? Try out the simple or basic examples!

CDN

If you're not using a module bundler or package manager, you can also use this library via an ESM-compatible CDN such as ESM.sh. Simply add a <script type="module"> tag to the bottom of your HTML file:

html
<script type="module">
import React from 'https://esm.sh/react@18.2.0'
import ReactDOM from 'https://esm.sh/react-dom@18.2.0'
import { QueryClient } from 'https://esm.sh/@tanstack/react-query'
</script>

You can find instructions on how to use React without JSX here.

Requirements

React Query is optimized for modern browsers. It is compatible with the following browsers config

bash
Chrome >= 91
Firefox >= 90
Edge >= 91
Safari >= 15
iOS >= 15
Opera >= 77

Depending on your environment, you might need to add polyfills. If you want to support older browsers, you need to transpile the library from node_modules yourselves.

Recommendations

It is recommended to also use our ESLint Plugin Query to help you catch bugs and inconsistencies while you code. You can install it via:

bash
$ npm i -D @tanstack/eslint-plugin-query
# or
$ pnpm add -D @tanstack/eslint-plugin-query
# or
$ yarn add -D @tanstack/eslint-plugin-query
# or
$ bun add -D @tanstack/eslint-plugin-query
Want to Skip the Docs?
Query.gg - The Official React Query Course
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