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Getting Started With Capacitor Using React

In February 2018 the Ionic team announced Capacitor. Capacitor allows you to make your frontend builds run everywhere, for example, iOS, Android, Electron and in the browser as a progressive web application (PWA).

Also, Capacitor provides a high-quality API to work with native functions within your apps. For example, you can get access to the camera and it means you still get this access to every platform.

In the official Capacitor documentation you can find a well-described tutorial on how to use Capacitor with Ionic, but in our tutorial, we will check how you can add Capacitor to your existing React app. We will create a simple React app with Capacitor and run it on iOS and in the browser as PWA.

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