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A complete release history for Portals for React Native is available on GitHub. Documentation for recent releases can also be found below.


patchLatest Production Version

October 2 2023

What's Changed

  • fix(android): Fix android events not emitting (#49)



September 20 2023

React Native Portals now uses Capacitor 5.

To upgrade from the previous release please reference the UPGRADE GUIDE.

What's Changed

  • feat!: Update to IonicPortals 0.8.0 (#47)



September 15 2023

What's Changed

  • fix(android): Remove config creation in the native android code. (#45)



April 5 2023

New Feature Asset Maps

If you are developing an application that contains multiple Portals, the Portals library supports the ability to share asset files between them. This is helpful to reduce the size of your overall app if those Portals use assets that are the same such as large media files or font files. These are called Asset Maps. You can find out more about how to use them here.

New Feature Web Vitals

You can now observe the FCP (First Contentful Paint) on a specific Portal. A faster FCP has several key benefits for. It enhances user perception by providing quick visual feedback that a web app is loading and can reduce the perception of delay. To read about how to make use of these new feature you can read the documentation here

New Feature Plugin Registration

There are now options for how to register plugins for a given Portal. This provides more control for React Native developers. You can read more about how to use the feature here

To upgrade from the previous release please reference the UPGRADE GUIDE.

What's Changed

  • feat!: BREAKING - Plugin Registration Unification (#40)
  • feat!: Adds more information regarding a successful live update (#39)
  • feat: Asset maps (#41)
  • feat: Web vitals (#42)



December 5 2022

What's Changed

  • Portals 0.7.0 update (#35)



October 18 2022

What's Changed

  • feat: Secure live updates (#31)
  • feat: Make getPortal accessible via the JS interface. (#32)
To see more releases, visit GitHub.