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A series of commonly used react-native components

by SmallStone

1.0.3 (see all)License:MITTypeScript:Built-In
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rn-components-kit

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A series of commonly used react-native components.

Quick Start

Installation

You can install rn-components-kit by following:

npm install rn-components-kit --save
import React from 'react';
import {Badge} from ' @rn-components-kit/badge';

const TestComponent = () => <Badge/>;

Import On Demand

The above usage would import whole components into bundle even if you have not use all of them. However, if you want to import component on demand, you can do like following:

npm install @rn-components-kit/badge --save
import React from 'react';
import {Badge} from ' @rn-components-kit/badge';

const TestComponent = () => <Badge/>;

In fact, we recommend you to adopt this usage.

Running Examples

We create an app to provide many examples for each component, you can look at them at here. If you want to run it, you should clone this repo at first.

git clone https://github.com/SmallStoneSK/rn-components-kit.git

npm install

# for iOS
react-native run-ios

# for android
react-native run-android

Following are screenshots for each component's examples:

Components

componentLinkversion
badgeDocumentNPM version
buttonDocumentNPM version
carouselDocumentNPM version
checkboxDocumentNPM version
deck-swiperDocumentNPM version
dividerDocumentNPM version
iconDocumentNPM version
progressDocumentNPM version
radioDocumentNPM version
ratingDocumentNPM version
scroll-pickerDocumentNPM version
skeletonDocumentNPM version
sliderDocumentNPM version
spinDocumentNPM version
swipe-outDocumentNPM version
switchDocumentNPM version
tagDocumentNPM version
textDocumentNPM version
tooltipDocumentNPM version

FAQ

Q: If you encounter the problem like No component found for view with name "ARTXXX", that's because the ART module has not been integrated in your project.

A: You should:

  1. Use Xcode to open your ios project, Libraries -> Add Files to -> node_modules/react-native/Libraries/ART/ART.xcodeproj.
  2. Click the root of project, find Linked Frameworks and Libraries, click + to add libART.a and rebuild the project.
  3. After having rebuilded, re-run command react-native run-ios/android to start your project.

License

MIT LICENSE

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