rspc can be used on the frontend with React (opens in a new tab) via the powerful React Query (opens in a new tab) library which provides caching, refetching and a lot more.

To get started first install the required packages.

npm i @rspc/client # The core client
pnpm i @rspc/react # The React integration

Then you can do the following:

import { QueryClient } from "@tanstack/react-query";
import { FetchTransport, createClient } from "@rspc/client";
import { createReactQueryHooks } from "@rspc/react";
import type { Procedures } from "./ts/index"; // These were the bindings exported from your Rust code!
// You must provide the generated types as a generic and create a transport (in this example we are using HTTP Fetch) so that the client knows how to communicate with your API.
const client = createClient<Procedures>({
  // Refer to the integration your using for the correct transport.
  transport: new FetchTransport("http://localhost:4000/rspc"),
const queryClient = new QueryClient();
const rspc = createReactQueryHooks<Procedures>();
function SomeComponent() {
  const { data, isLoading, error } = rspc.useQuery(["version"]);
  const { mutate } = rspc.useMutation("updateVersion");
  return (
      <button onClick={() => mutate.mutate("newVersion")}>Do thing</button>
function App() {
  return (
    <rspc.Provider client={client} queryClient={queryClient}>
      <SomeComponent />