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    This package includes scripts and configuration used by Create React App.
    Please refer to its documentation:

    Forked for Salesforce

    This is a fork of react-scripts. Along with the base scripts off the official distribution, this includes customizations for Visualforce pages.


    npm install -g create-react-app
    create-react-app my-react-app --scripts-version salesforce-react-scripts



    Update your deployment credentials in .env.local:

    • SF_LOGIN_URL - Login URL
    • SF_USERNAME - Username of deploying user
    • SF_PASSWORD - Password + security token of deploying user

    Naming of deployed controller, page, static resource

    By default, naming is inferred from the name field in package.json. For example, if the package's name value is my-react-app, the name MyReactApp will be used.

    These variables may be configured in your app's .env file.

    • REACT_APP_SF_PREFIX - Defaults to the value as described above.
    • REACT_APP_SF_CONTROLLER - The page's controller name. An empty class will be deployed if it does not already exist. This value is used in public/visualforce.html and may be used in your code to reference @RemoteAction methods, eg. window[process.env.REACT_APP_SF_CONTROLLER].myMethod. Defaults to ${REACT_APP_SF_PREFIX}Controller
    • REACT_APP_SF_PAGE - Name of the generated VisualForce page. The page is generated using public/visualforce.html. Defaults to the value of REACT_APP_SF_PREFIX.
    • REACT_APP_SF_STATIC_RESOURCE - Name of the static resource containing containing the contents of /build. Defaults to REACT_APP_SF_PREFIX.


    yarn build && yarn deploy

    The deploy script will:

    1. Bundle the build directory and deploy it as a static resource (eg MyReactApp.resource),
    2. Create a blank Apex controller (eg MyReactAppController) if one does not exist,
    3. Deploy a Visualforce page (eg using the template at public/visualforce.html

    Service Workers

    Service workers, such as the one included in Create React App, are not currently supported.

    Configuration & Plugin Support (unofficial)

    This is an unofficial fork that extends Create React App with an interface for plugins and custom config.

    If a cra.config.js plugin doesn't exist, there's no difference than if you were using the official package.


    An ES5 module exported by cra.config.js at the app's root is used for configuration. Each property is optional.

    Property Type Description
    [plugins] array plugin references or names. default: []
    [apply] function webpack config. default: identity function
    [babel] function babel config. default: identity function


    module.exports = {
      // Load plugins by name and/or by reference. Loading plugins by name is for
      // convenience, eg. `'css-modules'` is the same as `require('react-scripts-plugin-css-modules')`
      plugins: ['no-minify', require('./my-internal-plugin')],
      // Webpack configuration
      apply: (config, { env, paths }) => {
        return config;
      // Babel configuration
      babel: (config, { env, paths }) => {
        return config;


    A plugin is simply an exported custom config without the plugins property.

    Available Plugins




    npm i salesforce-react-scripts

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