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react-native-pathjs-charts - Android and iOS charts based on react-native-svg and paths-js

  •    Javascript

This library is a cross-platform (iOS/Android) library of charts/graphs using react-native-svg and paths-js based on the excellent work done by Roman Samec in the react-pathjs-chart library. The project is an early attempt at providing a ubiquitous solution for charts & graphs for React Native that offer a unified view across devices. Components include Pie charts, Bar charts, Smoothline charts, Stockline charts, Scatterplots, Tree graphs and Radar graphs. Since Paths-Js makes no assumptions about rendering, this library is perfect for using SVG path objects to render custom charts easily.

react-native-svg-charts - 📈 One library to rule all charts for React Native 📊

  •    Javascript

A much improved decorator system has been introduced, allowing for greater flexibility and less complexity. See releases for more information. In order to not bloat this README to much we've moved some examples over to react-native-svg-charts-examples. There we will try to showcase the really cool things you can do with this library. This README will try to keep things as simple as possible so that everybody can get up and running as fast as possible.

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

  •    Javascript

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.

react-native-svg-mock - A mock implementation of react-native-svg for use in tests

  •    Javascript

A mock implementation of react-native-svg for use in tests. Inspired by react-native-mock.

react-native-svg-parser - Parses SVG files and converts to 'react-native-svg' format objects.

  •    Javascript

An SVG/XML parser that converts to react-native-svg format. This project was created in order to make it easy to use existing SVG files with the react-native-svg project, which only supports a subset of SVG and does not provide a method for directly rendering SVG from an SVG/XML format file. Therefore, the minimum version compatibility for this libaray with react-native-svg is version 6.0.0.

react-native-svg-transformer - Import SVG files in your React Native project the same way that you would in a Web application

  •    Javascript

React Native SVG transformer allows you to import SVG files in your React Native project the same way that you would in a Web application when using a library like SVGR to transform your imported SVG images into React components. This makes it possible to use the same code for React Native and Web.

arty-charty - React Native plugin for rendering charts using ART

  •    Javascript

The goal of ARTy Charty is to produce animated, interactive, performant charts. It uses React Native ART to render the charts. Arty Charty does not rely on 3rd party libraries, such as D3, to produce the charts. This keeps the size of the library small (<80kb uncompressed and not-minified) and chart generating functions can be optimised for speed. We noticed some issues with the ART library, so we switched to use react-native-svg instead.

react-native-svg-charts-examples - A collection of usage examples of react-native-svg-charts

  •    Javascript

Have you ever made a cool graph using react-native-svg-charts, maybe a super complex use case or just really pretty design? Make a PR with your code and include it here for everyone to see. Just make sure that all examples are fully reproducible demos so that people don't have to figure a bunch of stuff out on the own.

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