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Welcome to AI.JSX

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AI.JSX is a framework for building AI applications using JSX. While AI.JSX is not React, it's designed to look and feel very similar while also integrating seamlessly with React-based projects. With AI.JSX, you don't just use JSX to describe what your UI should look like, you also use it to describe how Large Language Models, such as ChatGPT, should integrate into the rest of your application. The end result is a powerful combination where intelligence can be deeply embedded into the application stack.

AI.JSX is designed to give you two important capabilities out of the box:

  1. An intuitive mechanism for orchestrating multiple LLM calls expressed as modular, re-usable components.
  2. The ability to seamlessly interweave UI components with your AI components. This means you can rely on the LLM to construct your UI dynamically from a set of standard React components.

If you're interested in using AI.JSX in production, we're happy to provide first-class support. Ping us in Discord and we can set up a private Slack channel between your team and ours.

Getting started

To get started, follow the Getting Started Guide, or check out the examples.

AI.JSX can be used to create standalone LLM applications that can be deployed anywhere Node.JS is supported, or it can be used as part of a larger React application. We have examples that use Next.js and Create React App. For more details, see the AI+UI guide. You can also check out the live demo app.

New to the world of AI and LLMs? Read our Guide for AI Newcomers.


Here is a simple example using AI.JSX to generate an AI response to a prompt:

import * as AI from 'ai-jsx';
import { ChatCompletion, UserMessage } from 'ai-jsx/core/completion';

const app = (
<UserMessage>Write a Shakespearean sonnet about AI models.</UserMessage>
const renderContext = AI.createRenderContext();
const response = await renderContext.render(app);

Here's a more complex example that uses the built-in <Inline> component to progressively generate multiple fields in a JSON object:

function CharacterGenerator() {
const inlineCompletion = (prompt: Node) => (
<Completion stop={['"']} temperature={1.0}>

return (
Generate a character profile for a fantasy role-playing game in JSON format.{'\n'}
{'\n '}"name": "{inlineCompletion}",
{'\n '}"class": "{inlineCompletion}",
{'\n '}"race": "{inlineCompletion}",
{'\n '}"alignment": "{inlineCompletion}",
{'\n '}"weapons": "{inlineCompletion}",
{'\n '}"spells": "{inlineCompletion}",