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This project is currently in beta.Many of the core APIs are subject to change, and we do not consider this project "Production Ready" until it hits a 1.0 release. We encourage people to try this library out and provide us feedback as we get it to a stable state we are confident in, but not to rely on it for production use until then.
OpenGL bindings for React Native to implement complex effects over images and components, in the descriptive VDOM paradigm. gl-react-native is an implementation of gl-react for react-native. Please read the main gl-react README for more information.
Anvil is a small Java library for creating reactive user interfaces. Originally inspired by React, it suits well as a view layer for MVVM or Redux design patterns. ¹Reflection is still used to inflate views once (standard XML inflater does the same thing, so no performance loss here).
For the first time, designers can create and ship beautiful animations without an engineer painstakingly recreating it by hand. After this, open the Xcode project configuration and add the Lottie.framework as Embedded Binaries.
This library started as a basic bridge of the native iOS image picker, and I want to keep it that way. As such, functionality beyond what the native UIImagePickerController supports will not be supported here. Multiple image selection, more control over the crop tool, and landscape support are things missing from the native iOS functionality - not issues with my library. If you need these things, react-native-image-crop-picker might be a better choice for you. IMPORTANT NOTE: You'll still need to perform step 4 for iOS and steps 2 and 5 for Android of the manual instructions below.
The comprehensive camera module for React Native. Inside your package.json, use this "react-native-camera": "git+https://firstname.lastname@example.org/react-native-community/react-native-camera" instead of "react-native-camera": "^1.0.0".
Aurora IMUI is a general IM UI components library, which does not depend on any specific IM SDK. This library provides common UI components such as MessageList, InputView. It supports common message type, such as text, image, audio, video, etc. By default it has several UI style for choice, and also supports style customization.
React Native Touch ID is a React Native library for authenticating users with biometric authentication methods like Face ID and Touch ID on both iOS and Android (experimental). In order to use Biometric Authentication, you must first link the library to your project.
This library started as a basic bridge of the native iOS image picker, and I want to keep it that way. As such, functionality beyond what the native UIImagePickerController supports will not be supported here. Multiple image selection, more control over the crop tool, and landscape support are things missing from the native iOS functionality - not issues with my library. If you need these things, react-native-image-crop-picker might be a better choice for you. To use this library you need to ensure you match up with the correct version of React Native you are using.
For the first time, designers can create and ship beautiful animations without an engineer painstakingly recreating it by hand. If you have issues linking your iOS project check out this StackOverflow thread on how to fix it.
Firestack makes using the latest Firebase straight-forward. Firestack is a light-weight layer sitting atop the native Firebase libraries for iOS and Android and mirrors the React Native JS api as closely as possible.
This library cuts out the muck of dealing with the OAuth 1.0 and OAuth 2.0 protocols in react-native apps. The API is incredibly simple and straight-forward and is intended on getting you up and running quickly with OAuth providers (such as Facebook, Github, Twitter, etc). As we are integrating with react-native, we have a little more setup to integrating with our apps.
Facebook has ended official support for our React Native wrapper around the Facebook SDKs for Android and iOS. We are pleased by the community's efforts that make the Facebook SDK for React Native a success. We believe the community is well equipped to address developer needs going forward. Note that our support for React Native continues and is not affected by this. The current version of the project will move to Facebook Archive. We recommend the community fork this repo into a new project that can be continuously maintained by the community. We encourage the community to make any necessary changes that they believe will enhance the functionality of the SDK moving forward.