victory-native - victory components for react native

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Note: react-native-svg has strict version requirements for both react and react-native. Please match versions to those required by react-native-svg. See the up-to-date requirements on the react-native-svg Readme. We encourage you to use the latest version of react-native-svg possible for your project, as victory-native issues are frequently solved by react-native-svg bugfixes.Full documentation can be found here.

https://github.com/FormidableLabs/victory-native#readme

Dependencies:

lodash : ^4.17.4
prop-types : ^15.5.10
victory-chart : ^24.3.0
victory-core : ^20.2.0
victory-pie : ^13.0.0

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