docs)Fluent UI - React Northstar (
This is the home for
@fluentui/react-northstar and related packages which were migrated from the
Fluent UI React Northstar has been superseded by Fluent UI React Components v9. For more details about migration to Fluent UI React Components v9, see Migration documentation.
@fluentui/react-northstarpackages are on version 0.x, note that:
- MINOR versions represent breaking changes
- PATCH versions represent fixes and features
- There are no deprecation warnings between releases
- Consult the CHANGELOG and related issues/PRs for more information
- Documentation and usage examples
See CONTRIBUTING.md for a step-by-step setup and development guide specific to
If you need to file an issue, please note in the title or description that it refers to
List of active issues
Documentation and usage examples
See the doc site at https://aka.ms/fluent-ui.
What is the future of Fluent UI React Northstar?
The future of
@fluentui/react-northstar is called
@fluentui/react-components. It builds on top of many base principles that were present in Northstar, streamlines the API and brings significantly improved performance.
How can we migrate to Fluent UI React Components v9?
Please see the Migration documentation.
What's happening with Teams support?
@fluentui/react-northstar v0.x.x (formerly
@fluentui/react v0.x.x) has been the official set of components for Teams. This is still the case and no support is being dropped. New features will only be added to Fluent UI React Components v9.