react-native-sketch-canvas - A React Native component for drawing by touching on both iOS and Android

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A React Native component for drawing by touching on both iOS and Android. To use an image as background, localSourceImage(see below) reqires an object, which consists of filename, directory(optional) and mode(optional). Note: Because native module cannot read the file in JS bundle, file path cannot be relative to JS side. For example, '../assets/image/image.png' will fail to load image.

https://github.com/terrylinla/react-native-sketch-canvas

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