Download a copy of the latest release version, or clone the repository locally from the GitHub releases page
Add the contents of the build directory to your project and import the library as described below
ReactNative does not ship with a native Worker Thread implementation out of the box and the library will therefore make use of the legacy fallback mode allowing you to still write your logic and validate it works with the library but will not provide the performance benefits of multiple threads. To resolve this you will need to make use of a third party worker implementation, there are many of these on NPM and GitHub, the library should work with any implementation that adheres to the web worker specifications.
Once you've installed a third party worker implementation simply pass the Worker object as an argument in the library initialization start options
Once you've downloaded and added the library to your project you should have a variable named hamsters available, this variable is the core of the library. Do not create any globally scoped variables with the same name or you will risk causing compatibility issues. Now that you've successfully added the library to your project, continue reading to begin using the library.