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react-native-icons - Quick and easy icons in React Native
There's far bigger problems to solve in the open source and React Native communities than competing icon libraries so I'll be focusing on pushing forward other initiatives. Includes 5 different icon fonts and 2,444 icons.
A React Native component for generating and displaying interactive star ratings. Compatible with both iOS and Android. For the emptyStar, fullStar, halfStar, and iconSet props, please refer to the react-native-vector-icons package for the valid string names for the star icons. When selecting the icon string names, you must remember to remove the font family name before the first hyphen. For example, if you want to use the ion-ios-star from the Ionicon font set, you would set the fullStar prop to ios-star and the iconSet to Ionicons.
Use the built-in share view from iOS and Android to let the user share on Facebook and Twitter. It will use the user's existing account without having to get new authorizations. You can even preset text, image and link for the share view. Let me know how it works.
React Native Button component for iOS & Android. CircleButton, RoundButton, RectangleButton is on top of ButtonComponent. So I recommend you should use CircleButton, RoundButton, RectangleButton, rather than directly use ButtonComponent because those button components may have preset some options.
react-native-app-intro is a react native component implementing a parallax effect welcome page using base on react-native-swiper , similar to the one found in Google's app like Sheet, Drive, Docs... You can use pageArray quick generation your app intro with parallax effect. With the basic usage, the Android status bar will be updated to match your slide background color.
Note: Progress indicators has been broken out to a separate component; react-native-progress. To use them, please follow installation instructions for that package. Note: onLoad* events are bubbled up, so if you want to do some custom thing when the image is loaded for example.
To make looping animations simply set the iterationCount to infinite. Most animations except the attention seekers work best when setting direction to alternate. You can create your own simple transitions of a style property of your own choosing. The following example will increase the font size by 5 for every tap – all animated, all declarative! If you don't supply a duration property, a spring animation will be used.
NativeBase is a sleek, ingenious and dynamic front-end framework created by passionate React Loving team at Geekyants.com to build cross platform Android & iOS mobile apps using ready to use generic components of React Native. What is really great with NativeBase is that you can use shared UI cross-platform components, which will drastically increase your productivity. When using NativeBase, you can use any native third-party libraries out of the box.
navigator property is optional but recommended on iOS, see next section for Navigator configuration. For android support you must pass a reference to a Navigator since it does not yet have the Modal component and is not on the official todo list. See the Example project for a complete example.
I created this project after going through the navbars contained in Awesome React and not finding any that were cross-platform, customizable, and integrated the status bar. This project is a spiritual successor to react-native-navbar (I forked it and ended up changing like 90% of it). To find a preview of all examples go to the examples folder.
A React component for the font-awesome icon library. Note: This component does not include any of the Font Awesome CSS or fonts, so you'll need to make sure to include those on your end somehow, either by adding them to your build process or linking to CDN versions.
A much improved decorator system has been introduced, allowing for greater flexibility and less complexity. See releases for more information. In order to not bloat this README to much we've moved some examples over to react-native-svg-charts-examples. There we will try to showcase the really cool things you can do with this library. This README will try to keep things as simple as possible so that everybody can get up and running as fast as possible.