react-native-paypal - Paypal wrapper for React Native

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A Cross platform React Native interface for the PayPal Payment UI. Supports both iOS and Android currently, but can be used seperately. You'll find an iOS example in /ios/Example/. You will need to run npm install in that directory in order to download the dependencies required by the sample application. Note this sample still uses manual NativeModule usage, and you'll likely find the above Javascript simpler than the JS used in this sample.

https://github.com/vizir/react-native-paypal

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