react-native-easy-starter - A react-native started kit using RN 0

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A react-native started kit using RN 0.60.5, androidX support, react-hooks, easy-peasy, code-push, Themes support and much more

https://github.com/HarishJangra/react-native-easy-starter

Dependencies:

@react-native-community/async-storage : ^1.6.1
@react-native-community/cli : ^2.8.1
@react-native-community/netinfo : ^4.1.5
apisauce : ^1.0.4
easy-peasy : ^2.6.5
i18n-js : ^3.2.1
lodash : ^4.17.15
moment : ^2.24.0
prop-types : ^15.7.2
react : 16.8.6
react-native : 0.60.5
react-native-animatable : ^1.3.2
react-native-code-push : ^5.7.0
react-native-gesture-handler : ^1.4.0
react-native-keychain : ^3.1.3
react-native-modal : ^11.3.1
react-native-paper : ^2.16.0
react-native-reanimated : ^1.2.0
react-native-tiny-toast : ^1.0.3
react-native-vector-icons : ^6.6.0
react-navigation : ^3.11.1
react-navigation-animated-switch : ^0.2.1
redux-logger : ^3.0.6

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