Invariant Violation: Native component for "RNSVGSvgView" does not exist

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After days of research on the internet I still haven't solved my problem yet. I am using react-native-svg and I am having the same issues: No component found for view with the name "RNSVGPath"

Or this one: Invariant Violation: Native component for "RNSVGSvgView" does not exist

I tried a lot of things, including:

react-native unlink react-native-svg
npm uninstall react-native-svg
npm install react-native-svg
react-native link react-native-svg
react-native run-ios

Also:

pod 'RNSVG', :path => '../node_modules/react-native-svg'
rm -rf node_modules
npm install
react-native run-ios

But still nothing... Here's the versions I am using:

"dependencies": {
    "react": "16.1.1",
    "react-native": "0.50.3",
    "react-native-svg": "^6.0.1-rc.1"
}

I tried to build it from XCode directly and still nothing...

Thanks for your help guys !

You should try to do this:

npm install react-native-svg --save //(again)
react-native link react-native-svg //(again)
watchman watch-del-all
rm -rf node_modules/ && yarn cache clean && yarn install

Then in another terminal

npm start -- --reset-cache

Before starting your ios app with react-native run-ios, you have to add libRNSVG.a manually to your Linked Frameworks and Libraries in Xcode

And then ... Tada

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what does "Invariant Violation : Native component for <component , I guest you do not link library to your app. Run react-native link or do this manually. react-native install react-native-fbsdk and then react-native link react-native-fbsdk. Follow ALL STEPS from Quickstart IOS (⚠️ With-out the last STEP, becous the test of integration is with the react-native-fbsdk package) 3 . Then I put this code for testing my wonderful SDKLoginFacebook for React-Native.

I had this problem because "react-native link" is broken as of RN 0.51. Linking manually after complete removal and reinstall fixed it on iOS.

Invariant Violation: Native component for "RNSVGSvgView" does , You should try to do this: npm install react-native-svg --save //(again) react-native link react-native-svg //(again) watchman watch-del-all rm -rf  I was facing the similar issue Invariant Violation: requireNativeComponent:xxx not found in UIManager Issue seems to be the dependent is not linked to your project, hence 2 solutions for this issue (depending on your 'dependency')

Svg have problem with version

first, unlink svg then remove npm of svg then install new one

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    "react": "16.1.1",
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    "react-native-svg": "5.1.8"
}

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Comments
  • For android it was working, but for ios, unfortunatly, not
  • Thanks for your reply ! The problem is that we just upgraded to react-native 0.50.3 and don't want to go back to an old version. Is there an other solution ?
  • Actually svg package has a list of dependenc listed for supporting version of react native go through documents