SharePoint Framework works perfectly with both SharePoint Online and On-premises. Then again, it is compatible with both classic and modern portals. It is compatible with all the plans

  • SharePoint Online and SharePoint Server (on-premises)
  • Classic and Modern portal

SharePoint Versions compatibility with SharePoint Framework

SharePoint VersionSharePoint Framework (SPFx) VersionFeatures Compatible
SharePoint 2013Not SupportedNot Supported
SharePoint 2016 Feature Pack 2v 1.1SPFx client-side web parts hosted in classic SharePoint pages.
SharePoint Server 2019v1.4.1 or lowerSPFx client-side web parts in classic and modern pages, and extensions in modern pages.
SharePoint OnlineAll versionsAll features

Note: SharePoint Framework (SPFx) is not supported for SharePoint 2013.

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