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Swiper component for React Native featuring previews, multiple layouts, parallax images, performant handling of huge numbers of items, and RTL support. Compatible with Android & iOS. This app is available on Android and iOS. It uses version 3.2.0 of the plugin, with FlatList's implementation and parallax images.
A full screen image gallery with captions, selections and grid view support for react-native. Layout and API design are inspired by great MWPhotoBrowser library. The component has both iOS and Android support.
Titon Toolkit is a collection of very powerful user interface components built on React. Components in Titon follow the presentational paradigm, which provide full control of how, where, and why components are rendered. Functionality within a component, like jumping to the next slide in a carousel, or toggling a menu, is possible through contexts -- a type of public API.
The best supported, easiest to use react media query module. This module is pretty straightforward: You specify a set of requirements, and the children will be rendered if they are met. Also handles changes so if you resize or flip or whatever it all just works.
A ScrollView component that handles keyboard appearance and automatically scrolls to focused TextInput. You can use the KeyboardAwareScrollView, the KeyboardAwareListView, KeyboardAwareSectionList or the KeyboardAwareFlatList components. They accept ScrollView, ListView, SectionList and FlatList default props respectively and implement a custom high order componente called KeyboardAwareHOC to handle keyboard appearance. The high order component is also available if you want to use it in any other component.
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.