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Version: 5.x

Redux integration

It is extremely easy to use Redux in an app with React Navigation. It's basically no different than without React Navigation.

import { Provider } from 'react-redux';
import { NavigationContainer } from '@react-navigation/native';

// Render the app container component with the provider around it
export default function App() {
return (
<Provider store={store}>
<NavigationContainer>{/* Screen configuration */}</NavigationContainer>

Notice that we wrap our components in a Provider like we'd normally do with react-redux. Ta da! Now feel free to use connect throughout your app.

Use a component that is connected in options

Create a component, connect it to the store, then use that component in the title.

function Counter({ value }) {
return <Text>Count: {value}</Text>;

const CounterContainer = connect((state) => ({ value: state.count }))(Counter);
options={{ title: () => <CounterContainer /> }}

Pass the state you care about as a param to the screen

If the value isn't expected to change, you can just pass it from a connected component to the other screen as a param.

title="Go to static counter screen"
onPress={() =>
props.navigation.navigate('StaticCounter', {
function StaticCounter({ route }) {
return (
<View style={styles.container}>
<Text style={styles.paragraph}>{route.params.count}</Text>

So our component will look like this:

options={({ route }) => ({ title: route.params.count })}

Can I store the navigation state in Redux too?

This is not possible. We don't support it because it's too easy to shoot yourself in the foot and slow down / break your app.

However it's possible to use redux-devtools-extension to inspect the navigation state and actions, as well as perform time travel debugging by using the devtools package.