To make it easier to get set up and testing, Cavy provides a command-line interface (called cavy-cli). We recommend you get started with this.
You can also run Cavy tests without cavy-cli. In which case, skip the CLI installation step and just install cavy. You may want to do this if you're integrating Cavy with your own custom reporting (e.g. Cavy Native Reporter).
Install cavy-cli globally using yarn or npm:
yarn global add cavy-cli
Add Cavy to your React Native project as a development dependency:
yarn add cavy --dev
If you're using TypeScript, you'll also need to install the types package:
yarn add @types/cavy --dev