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React Native Touch ID is a React Native library for authenticating users with biometric authentication methods like Face ID and Touch ID on both iOS and Android (experimental). In order to use Biometric Authentication, you must first link the library to your project.
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.
A React Native component for touch-based drawing. The project contains a folder examples that contains few demos of how to use react-native-sketch. Just copy and paste the code to your React Native application.
A component which takes HTML content and renders it as native views, with customisable style and handling of links, etc. If you're getting the error "undefined is not an object (evaluating 'RCTLinkingManager.openURL’)” from the LinkingIOS API, try adding ‘RCTLinking' to the project's 'Linked Frameworks and Libraries’. You might have to find RCTLinking.xcodeproj in the react-native package dir and drag that into your main Xcode project first.
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.
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.
A pull to refresh ListView for React Native completely written in js. Also supports custom animations. Refresher is created by Syrus Akbary and inspired by Refresher and react-native-refreshable-listview. If you have suggestions or bug reports, feel free to send pull request or create new issue.
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.
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.
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.
Tappable is a simple, standalone library to invoke the tap event for touch-friendly web browsers. Currently it's only tested on iOS Mobile Safari as I don't have any other smartphones to test with. The codebase is heavily inspired by Matteo Spinelli's Remove onClick delay on webkit for iPhone and Ryan Fioravanti's Creating Fast Buttons for Mobile Web Applications. Simple.
Drop-in replacement of React Native StyleSheet with media-queries, variables, dynamic themes, relative units, percents, math operations, scaling and other styling stuff.Global variables are passed to EStyleSheet.build() and available in all stylesheets.
React Native / rnpm will automatically link all the necessary libraries for both iOS and Android. If the installation goes off without a hitch, you can now skip to the Crashlytics Usage section or the Answers Usage section.