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This repository exposes an untouched React Native app generated with the CLI npx react-native init RnDiffApp. Each new React Native release causes a new project to be created, removing the old one, and getting a diff between them. This way, the diff is always clean, always in sync with the changes of the init template. See table below for the complete list.
This repository exposes an untouched React Native app generated with the CLI react-native init RnDiffApp. Each new React Native release causes a new project to be created, removing the old one, and getting a diff between them. This way, the diff is always clean, always in sync with the changes of the init template. This will help you see what changes you need to do in your code.
A pure JS autocomplete component for React Native. Use this component in your own projects or use it as inspiration to build your own autocomplete. Tested with RN >= 0.26.2. If you want to use RN < 0.26 try to install react-native-autocomplete-input <= 0.0.5.
A set of UI components, in the purpose of introducing Material Design to apps built with React Native, quickly and painlessly. First, cd to your RN project directory, and install RNMK through rnpm . If you don't have rnpm, you can install RNMK from npm with the command npm i -S react-native-material-kit and link it manually (see below).
A react native module that lets you to register a global error handler that can capture fatal/non fatal uncaught exceptions. The module helps prevent abrupt crashing of RN Apps without a graceful message to the user. V2 of this module now supports catching Unhandled Native Exceptions also along with the JS Exceptions ✌🏻🍻 There are NO breaking changes. So its safe to upgrade from v1 to v2. So there is no reason not to 😉.
To make things easy for you, the config.example.js has been initialized to use the remote Snowflake Hapi Server which is running on Redhat OpenShift. Please refer to https://github.com/bartonhammond/snowflake-hapi-openshift for more information about the code and instructions for installation and setup of the server.
A React-Native utility belt for scaling the size your apps UI across different sized devices. When developing with react-native, you need to manually adjust your app to look great on variety of different screen sizes. That's a tedious job. react-native-size-matters provides some simple tooling to make your scaling a whole lot easier. The idea is to develop once on a standard ~5" screen mobile device and then simply apply the provided utils. 📖 You can read more about what led to this library on my blog post, that can be found in this repo or at Soluto Engineering Blog.