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Frontend Configuration

Tauri is frontend agnostic and supports most frontend frameworks out of the box. However, sometimes a framework need a bit of extra configuration to integrate with Tauri. Below is a list of frameworks with recommended configurations.

If a framework is not listed then it may work with Tauri with no additional configuration needed or it could have not been documented yet. Any contributions to add a framework that may require additional configuration are welcome to help others in the Tauri community.

Conceptually Tauri acts as a static web host. You need to provide Tauri with a folder containing some mix of HTML, CSS, Javascript and possibly WASM that can be served to the webview Tauri provides.

Below is a checklist of common scenarios needed to integrate a frontend with Tauri:

  • Use static site generation (SSG). Tauri doesn’t officially support server based alternatives (such as SSR).
  • For mobile development, a development server of some kind is necessary that can host the frontend on your internal IP.
  • Use a proper client-server relationship between your app and your API’s (no hybrid solutions with SSR).

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