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· 9 min read
Andrey Goncharov

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For quite some time already, Flipper has secretly provided an experimental JavaScript SDK to support connections from browsers and Node.js under the name of flipper-js-client-sdk. With the ongoing migration of all our clients to WebSockets, we have committed to providing an official documented SDK for JavaScript clients. Without further ado, welcome js-flipper!

In this post we will:

  • See what js-flipper is
  • Get acquainted with how to build a Flipper plugin for a React app
  • Learn how Flipper talks to a mobile device
  • Dive deeper into the message structure
  • Glance at what it takes to support a new platform

· 4 min read
Michel Weststrate

Over the last year, the Flipper adoption in the open source community has doubled, and for many React Native developers Flipper has become the default debugging tool. As the community continues to grow, we believe it’s important to share updates about our plans.