react-native-paper

Material Design for React Native (Android & iOS)

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7Great Documentation
7Easy to Use
4Highly Customizable
2Performant
2Bleeding Edge
1Responsive Maintainers

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react-native-paper

Material design for React Native.
reactnativepaper.com


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Features

Currently supported React Native version: >= 0.50.3

Try it out

Run the example app with Expo to see it in action.

The source code for the examples are under the /example folder.

Getting Started

Refer to the getting started guide for instructions.

Documentation

Check the components and their usage in our documentation.

Contributing

Read the contribution guidelines before contributing.

Figma and Sketch component kits

Use official component kits provided by Material Design.

Made with ❤️ at Callstack

react-native-paper is an open source project and will always remain free to use. If you think it's cool, please star it 🌟. Callstack is a group of React and React Native geeks, contact us at hello@callstack.com if you need any help with these or just want to say hi!

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Contributors

Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):

Satyajit Sahoo
Satyajit Sahoo

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Ferran Negre
Ferran Negre

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Dawid
Dawid

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Kacper Wiszczuk
Kacper Wiszczuk

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Luke Walczak
Luke Walczak

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Ahmed Elhanafy
Ahmed Elhanafy

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K. P. Sroka
K. P. Sroka

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Iyad Thayyil
Iyad Thayyil

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Julian Hundeloh
Julian Hundeloh

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Grzegorz Gawrysiak
Grzegorz Gawrysiak

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Luís
Luís

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Rajendran Nadar
Rajendran Nadar

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Brent Vatne
Brent Vatne

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Jakub Beneš
Jakub Beneš

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Paweł Szymański
Paweł Szymański

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Kuba
Kuba

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jbinda
jbinda

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This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!

Rate & Review

Great Documentation7
Easy to Use7
Performant2
Highly Customizable4
Bleeding Edge2
Responsive Maintainers1
Poor Documentation1
Hard to Use0
Slow1
Buggy1
Abandoned0
Unwelcoming Community0
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Andre de Senne48 Ratings51 Reviews
2 months ago
Great Documentation

I've been using floating action buttons everywhere now from react-native-paper and it works perfectly. I literally applied them without really thinking were they would end up on screen and I was never disappointed by the FIRST result. The documentation (as I read before it wasn't as great as some other solutions) is great, regardless of the competition, but I can say that I'm curious to give Material UI a try.


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Deepak KhiwaniChandigarh47 Ratings57 Reviews
1 year ago
Easy to Use
Highly Customizable
Great Documentation

A beautiful written and designed package with material support without installing other material dependency. I used this package to provide material support on my iOS app and it worked like charm, it has almost everything buttons, loader, navigation bar and so on.. It is must use package if an app is needs material look and feel. - Tons of documentation - Backed by examples and an active community


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nikhil288248 Ratings56 Reviews
1 year ago
Easy to Use
Bleeding Edge

there are tons of UI Library nowadays and I will say this was ok. not so much bright. I am a user of material UI for a long time now and react-native-paper pales in documentation and extensibility of components, in the documentation also. you can say it is well document but when I compare it with others It is just mediocre. number of components is less than material UI


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Rohit 42 Ratings68 Reviews
Full-Stack Developer
1 year ago
Great Documentation

A fantastic library to create UI at a very fast speed. almost all basic components are available and can be customized at a great level. but if I compare this to material UI, it lacks many things, Material UI is like a tool for the pros. this is on the other hand side very good for beginners and can use in short term projects without any worries


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Tarik4 Ratings8 Reviews
I am a 23 years old algerian
3 months ago

This library is the best components library for react native that i have ever used ! It has all it components designed in material ui style which looks fairly modern to say the least. however, I still don't like the dataTable component, since it is a little bit frustrating to use especially if you want to add buttons to it...


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