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React Native comes with WebView component, which uses UIWebView on iOS. This component uses WKWebView introduced in iOS 8 with all the performance boost. Deployment Target >= iOS 8.0 is required (which is React Native's current minimum deployment target anyway).
I have been testing and reading a lot of way to safely create a bridge between react-native and webview. I'm happy to announced that the wait is over and from React-Native 0.20 and above, the bridge is fully functional. you might have multiple 3rd party libraries, make sure that you don't create multiple include.
Simple React Native Android module to use Android's WebView inside your app (with experimental html file input support to handle file uploads in forms). If you need to see the install instructions for older React Native versions look here.
React Native Safari View is a Safari View Controller wrapper for React Native. In order to use Safari View, you must first link the library your project. There's excellent documentation on how to do this in the React Native Docs.
React native 0.40 moved iOS headers, thus all iOS react import statements has been changed. Use version 0.4.* for react native >=0.40. For earlier version see below breaking change. React native 0.19 changed the ReactProps class which led to problems with updating native view properties (see https://github.com/facebook/react-native/issues/5649). These errors are corrected in react-native-pdf-view version 0.2.0. Use version 0.2.* for react native >=0.19 and for earlier react native versions use version 0.1.3.
A React Native module to help access and save events to iOS and Android calendars. This package assumes that you already have a React Native project or are familiar with React Native. If not, checkout the official documentation for more details about getting started with React Native.
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.
Build high-fidelity hybrid apps with native navigation and a single shared web view. Turbolinks for iOS provides the tooling to wrap your Turbolinks 5-enabled web app in a native iOS shell. It manages a single WKWebView instance across multiple view controllers, giving you native navigation UI with all the client-side performance benefits of Turbolinks. Turbolinks for iOS is written in Swift 4.0 and requires Xcode 9. It should also work with Swift 3.2 as well. It currently supports iOS 8 or higher, but we'll most likely drop iOS 8 support soon.
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.
Note: Shifted to React Navigation from React Native Router Flux in the master branch. React Navigation has become standard for navigation solution in React Native. We are just keeping up with the current trend. No need of reinventing the wheel. To have immediately something to continue building on, it would be best to start from some starter kit for getting React Native - based applications off the ground in a hurry.
This library started as a basic bridge of the native iOS image picker, and I want to keep it that way. As such, functionality beyond what the native UIImagePickerController supports will not be supported here. Multiple image selection, more control over the crop tool, and landscape support are things missing from the native iOS functionality - not issues with my library. If you need these things, react-native-image-crop-picker might be a better choice for you. IMPORTANT NOTE: You'll still need to perform step 4 for iOS and steps 2 and 5 for Android of the manual instructions below.
react-native-login is an example React Native project showing how to use a WebView and react-native-cookies to login to your existing backend. An example server, using Express and Passport is included within this project under the ./server folder. You can use any server though, just be sure to change cookie.remember_me to whatever the name for your persistent cookie is, within the ./ReactNativeLogin/App/components/App.js file. Follow the installation instructions to learn more.
This library started as a basic bridge of the native iOS image picker, and I want to keep it that way. As such, functionality beyond what the native UIImagePickerController supports will not be supported here. Multiple image selection, more control over the crop tool, and landscape support are things missing from the native iOS functionality - not issues with my library. If you need these things, react-native-image-crop-picker might be a better choice for you. To use this library you need to ensure you match up with the correct version of React Native you are using.