How Do I Export From Figma to React?

Exporting assets from Figma to React is an incredibly useful feature for developers and designers alike. It enables a developer to quickly and easily create React components from Figma designs with minimal effort. It also allows designers to see their designs in action, with the same styling and interactions as they have in Figma, without having to code anything themselves.

The process of exporting from Figma to React can seem intimidating at first, but it’s actually quite simple. The first step is to open the design file you want to export in the Figma web app. From here, select the artboard or frame you would like to export and click the “Export” button in the top right corner.

Next, you’ll need to select which format you’d like your design exported in. For React components, choose “React Native” as your export format. You’ll then be given options for how you’d like your design exported: either as components or as images.

If you choose “Components”, all of your design elements will be exported as React components with all of their styling intact. This is great if you want a faithful representation of your Figma designs in code. However, if you’re looking for more flexibility or just want a simpler way to get started with coding your designs, selecting “Images” will export each element as an image file.

Finally, click “Export” and all of your chosen designs will be saved into a folder on your computer that contains both code files and image files for each element that was included in the selection.

Exporting assets from Figma to React is a great way for developers and designers alike to quickly create React components from their designs without having to code anything themselves. By following these simple steps – opening the design file, choosing which format (React Native) you’d like exported and selecting either Components or Images – anyone can easily export their designs from Figma into React with minimal effort.