A-Frame’s greatest strength is in enabling an ecosystem and the community of people who come together to make developing WebVR a rewarding experience.

We are committed to providing a friendly, safe and welcoming environment for all, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity, religion, or similar personal characteristic. Our code of conduct sets the standards for behavior in all official A-Frame channels.

If you feel you have been or are being harassed or made uncomfortable by a community member, please contact any of the A-Frame team members immediately. Whether you are a regular contributor or a newcomer, we care about making the community a safe space for you.

Getting Started

  • Documentation - Official documentation and guides. If you get stuck anywhere, let us know!
  • GitHub - A-Frame GitHub repository. Also check out other projects in the aframevr GitHub organization. Star the project if you like it!
  • Stack Overflow - The official place to ask questions and get technical support. Please first search for whether your question has already already answered on the FAQ or Stack Overflow, and put effort into the question by providing context and code samples.


  • Blog - A Week of A-Frame collects the latest news, upcoming events, and cool projects that other people are working on. The A-Frame Blog is also where you’ll find announcements and community case studies.
  • Twitter - Keep up to date with awesome projects that people are doing and announcements.
  • Subreddit - General WebVR Subreddit.
  • Mailing List - General WebVR mailing list.


Sign up to the A-Frame Slack to hang out and join the discussion. The Slack is very active with currently over 2300 people! Channels include:

  • #general - All things A-Frame!
  • #questions - Ask questions about A-Frame, but we recommend posting on StackOverflow.
  • #issues - Talk about A-Frame issues.
  • #projects - Show off cool A-Frame projects.
  • #planning - Talk about A-Frame roadmap and release coordination.
  • #api - Discuss A-Frame language and API.
  • #meetups - Talk about A-Frame meetups.
  • #meta - Improve the A-Frame community.
  • #documentation - Improve the A-Frame documentation.
  • #teaching - Talk about A-Frame evangelism and education.

See archived A-Frame Slack history through the A-Frame Slack Archive. You can also sign up to the general WebVR Slack.


A-Frame is fully extensible, placing ecosystem and community at the core of its code. Below are where you can tap into the A-Frame ecosystem for things such as published components:

  • A-Frame Registry - A curated collection of community A-Frame components that are accessible through web frontend, Inspector, or command-line tools such as Angle. Similar in function to the Unity Asset Store.
  • awesome-aframe repository - A collection of awesome things regarding the A-Frame ecosystem as a GitHub README.

User Groups, Events, Meetups

Have a user group or do frequent meetups? This is a work-in-progress list so Let us know to list them here!

Are you holding an event? Below are some resources:

A-Frame Team

Check out A-Frame’s follow list for cool people to follow. Below are some of the many awesome people you’ll run across on your journey with A-Frame!



Mozilla VR




A-Frame has had over 155 different contributors, a number that grows every single week. We’d love for you to join that list! See A-Frame’s guide to contributing.

A lot of discussion happens on GitHub. The main repository and issue tracker are the front lines of the implementation work. Our reviewers strive to be friendly and to help mentor newcomers, so don’t hesitate to open a pull request!