React native copilot

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React Native Copilot

Demo

Creation of this project was sponsored by OK GROW!

Installation

Optional: If you want to have the smooth SVG animation, you should install and link . If you are using Expo, you can skip this as Expo comes with .

Usage

Use the higher order component for the screen component that you want to use copilot with:

import{copilot}from"react-native-copilot";

classHomeScreenextendsComponent{

}

exportdefaultcopilot()(HomeScreen);

Before defining walkthrough steps for your react elements, you must make them . The easiest way to do that for built-in react native components, is using the HOC. Then you must wrap the element with .

import{copilot,walkthroughable,CopilotStep}from"react-native-copilot";

constCopilotText=walkthroughable(Text);

classHomeScreen{

render(){

return(

<View>

<CopilotStep

          text="This is a hello world example!"

          order={1}

          name="hello"

>

<CopilotText>Hello world!</CopilotText>

</CopilotStep>

</View>

);

}

}

Every must have these props:

  1. name: A unique name for the walkthrough step.
  2. order: A positive number indicating the order of the step in the entire walkthrough.
  3. text: The text shown as the description for the step.

In order to start the tutorial, you can call the prop function in the root component that is injected by :

classHomeScreenextendsComponent{

handleStartButtonPress(){

this.props.start();

}

render(){

}

}

exportdefaultcopilot()(HomeScreen);

If you are looking for a working example, please check out this link.

Overlays and animation

The overlay in react-native copilot is the component that draws the dark transparent over the root component. React-native copilot comes with two overlay components: and .

The overlay uses 4 rectangles drawn around the target element using the component. We don't recommend using animation with this overlay since it's sluggish on some devices specially on Android devices.

The overlay uses an SVG path component for drawing the overlay. It offers a nice and smooth animation but it depends on . If you are using expo, you don't need to install anything and the svg overlay works out of the box. If not, you need to install and this package:

You can specify the overlay when applying the HOC:

copilot({

  overlay:"svg",

  animated:true

})(RootComponent);

Custom tooltip component

You can customize the tooltip by passing a component to the HOC maker. If you are looking for an example tooltip component, take a look at the default tooltip implementation.

constTooltipComponent=({

  isFirstStep,

  isLastStep,

  handleNext,

  handlePrev,

  handleStop,

  currentStep,

})=>(

);

copilot({

  tooltipComponent: TooltipComponent

})(RootComponent)

Custom tooltip styling

You can customize tooltip's style:

conststyle={

  backgroundColor:"#9FA8DA",

  borderRadius,

  paddingTop:5

};

copilot({

  tooltipStyle: style

})(RootComponent);

Manage tooltip width

Due to the dynamic way tooltip width is calculated, it is required to override both and , check the example bellow:

constMARGIN=8;

constWIDTH=Dimensions.get('window').width-(2*MARGIN);

copilot({

  tooltipStyle:{

    width:WIDTH,

    maxWidth:WIDTH,

    left:MARGIN,

},

});

Custom tooltip arrow color

You can customize the tooltip's arrow color:

copilot({

  arrowColor:'#FF00FF'

})(RootComponent);

Custom step number component

You can customize the step number by passing a component to the HOC maker. If you are looking for an example step number component, take a look at the default step number implementation.

constStepNumberComponent=({

  isFirstStep,

  isLastStep,

  currentStep,

  currentStepNumber,

})=>(

);

copilot({

  stepNumberComponent: StepNumberComponent

})(RootComponent)

Custom mask color

You can customize the mask color - default is , by passing a color string to the HOC maker.

copilot({

  backdropColor:"rgba(50, 50, , )"

})(RootComponent);

Custom svg mask Path

You can customize the mask svg path by passing a function to the HOC maker.

function signature:

SvgMaskPathFn =(args:{

  size:Animated.valueXY,

  position:Animated.valueXY,

  canvasSize:{

    x: number,

    y: number

}

})=> string;

Example with circle:

constcircleSvgPath=({ position, canvasSize }):string=>

`M0,0H${canvasSize.x}V${canvasSize.y}H0V0ZM${position.x._value},${position.y._value}Za50 50 0 1 0  0 50 50 0 1  0`;

copilot({

  svgMaskPath: circleSvgPath

})(RootComponent);

Custom components as steps

The components wrapped inside , will receive a prop of type which the outermost rendered element of the component or the element that you want the tooltip be shown around, must extend.

import{copilot,CopilotStep}from"react-native-copilot";

constCustomComponent=({ copilot })=>(

<View {copilot}>

<Text>Hello world!</Text>

</View>

);

classHomeScreen{

render(){

return(

<View>

<CopilotStep

          text="This is a hello world example!"

          order={1}

          name="hello"

>

<CustomComponent />

</CopilotStep>

</View>

);

}

}

Custom labels (for i18n)

You can localize labels:

copilot({

  labels:{

    previous:"Vorheriger",

    next:"Nächster",

    skip:"Überspringen",

    finish:"Beenden"

}

})(RootComponent);

Adjust vertical position

In order to adjust vertical position pass to the HOC.

copilot({

  verticalOffset

})(RootComponent);

Triggering the tutorial

Use in the root component in order to trigger the tutorial. You can either invoke it with a touch event or in . Note that the component and all its descendants must be mounted before starting the tutorial since the s need to be registered first.

Usage inside a ScrollView

Pass the ScrollView reference as the second argument to the function. eg

import{ScrollView}from"react-native";

import{copilot}from"react-native-copilot";

classHomeScreen{

componentDidMount(){

this.props.start(false,this.scrollView);

}

componentWillUnmount(){

this.props.copilotEvents.off("stop");

}

render(){

<ScrollView ref={ref=>(this.scrollView= ref)}>

}

}

exportdefaultcopilot()(HomeScreen);

Listening to the events

Along with , HOC passes function to the component to help you with tracking of tutorial progress. It utilizes mitt under the hood, you can see how full API there.

List of available events is:

  • — Copilot tutorial has started.
  • — Copilot tutorial has ended or skipped.
  • — Next step is triggered. Passes instance as event handler argument.

Example:

import{copilot,CopilotStep}from"react-native-copilot";

constCustomComponent=({ copilot })=>(

<View {copilot}>

<Text>Hello world!</Text>

</View>

);

classHomeScreen{

componentDidMount(){

this.props.copilotEvents.on("stop",()=>{

});

}

componentWillUnmount(){

this.props.copilotEvents.off("stop");

}

render(){

}

}

Contributing

Issues and Pull Requests are always welcome.

Please read OK GROW!'s global contribution guidelines.

If you are interested in becoming a maintainer, get in touch with us by sending an email or opening an issue. You should already have code merged into the project. Active contributors are encouraged to get in touch.

Please note that all interactions in 's repos should follow our Code of Conduct.

License

MIT © OK GROW!, https://www.okgrow.com.

Sours: https://www.npmjs.com/package/react-native-copilot

React Native Copilot

Travis (.org)NPM VersionNPM Downloads

Step-by-step walkthrough for your react native app!

React Native Copilot

Demo

Creation of this project was sponsored by OK GROW!

Installation

Optional: If you want to have the smooth SVG animation, you should install and link . If you are using Expo, you can skip this as Expo comes with .

Usage

Use the higher order component for the screen component that you want to use copilot with:

import{copilot}from"react-native-copilot";classHomeScreenextendsComponent{/* */}exportdefaultcopilot()(HomeScreen);

Before defining walkthrough steps for your react elements, you must make them . The easiest way to do that for built-in react native components, is using the HOC. Then you must wrap the element with .

import{copilot,walkthroughable,CopilotStep}from"react-native-copilot";constCopilotText=walkthroughable(Text);classHomeScreen{render(){return(<View><CopilotSteptext="This is a hello world example!"order={1}name="hello"><CopilotText>Hello world!</CopilotText></CopilotStep></View>);}}

Every must have these props:

  1. name: A unique name for the walkthrough step.
  2. order: A positive number indicating the order of the step in the entire walkthrough.
  3. text: The text shown as the description for the step.

In order to start the tutorial, you can call the prop function in the root component that is injected by :

classHomeScreenextendsComponent{handleStartButtonPress(){this.props.start();}render(){// }}exportdefaultcopilot()(HomeScreen);

If you are looking for a working example, please check out this link.

Overlays and animation

The overlay in react-native copilot is the component that draws the dark transparent over the root component. React-native copilot comes with two overlay components: and .

The overlay uses 4 rectangles drawn around the target element using the component. We don't recommend using animation with this overlay since it's sluggish on some devices specially on Android devices.

The overlay uses an SVG path component for drawing the overlay. It offers a nice and smooth animation but it depends on . If you are using expo, you don't need to install anything and the svg overlay works out of the box. If not, you need to install and this package:

You can specify the overlay when applying the HOC:

copilot({overlay: "svg",// or 'view'animated: true// or false})(RootComponent);

Custom tooltip component

You can customize the tooltip by passing a component to the HOC maker. If you are looking for an example tooltip component, take a look at the default tooltip implementation.

constTooltipComponent=({ isFirstStep, isLastStep, handleNext, handlePrev, handleStop, currentStep,})=>(// );copilot({tooltipComponent: TooltipComponent})(RootComponent)

Custom tooltip styling

You can customize tooltip's style:

conststyle={backgroundColor: "#9FA8DA",borderRadius: 10,paddingTop: 5};copilot({tooltipStyle: style})(RootComponent);

Manage tooltip width

Due to the dynamic way tooltip width is calculated, it is required to override both and , check the example bellow:

constMARGIN=8;constWIDTH=Dimensions.get('window').width-(2*MARGIN);copilot({//tooltipStyle: {width: WIDTH,maxWidth: WIDTH,left: MARGIN,},});

Custom tooltip arrow color

You can customize the tooltip's arrow color:

copilot({arrowColor: '#FF00FF'})(RootComponent);

Custom step number component

You can customize the step number by passing a component to the HOC maker. If you are looking for an example step number component, take a look at the default step number implementation.

constStepNumberComponent=({ isFirstStep, isLastStep, currentStep, currentStepNumber,})=>(// );copilot({stepNumberComponent: StepNumberComponent})(RootComponent)

Custom mask color

You can customize the mask color - default is , by passing a color string to the HOC maker.

copilot({backdropColor: "rgba(50, 50, , )"})(RootComponent);

Custom svg mask Path

You can customize the mask svg path by passing a function to the HOC maker.

function signature:

SvgMaskPathFn=(args: {size: Animated.valueXY,position: Animated.valueXY,canvasSize: {x: number,y: number},step: Step})=>string;

Example with circle:

constcircleSvgPath=({ position, canvasSize }): string=>`M0,0H${canvasSize.x}V${canvasSize.y}H0V0ZM${position.x._value},${position.y._value}Za50 50 0 1 0 0 50 50 0 1 0`;copilot({svgMaskPath: circleSvgPath})(RootComponent);

Example with different overlay for specific step:

Give name prop for the step

<CopilotSteptext="This is a hello world example!"order={1}name="hello"><CopilotText>Hello world!</CopilotText></CopilotStep>

Now you can return different svg path depending on step name

constcustomSvgPath=({ position, size, canvasSize, step }): string=>{if(step&&step.name==='hello')return`M0,0H${canvasSize.x}V${canvasSize.y}H0V0ZM${position.x._value},${position.y._value}Za50 50 0 1 0 0 50 50 0 1 0`;elsereturn`M0,0H${canvasSize.x}V${canvasSize.y}H0V0ZM${position.x._value},${position.y._value}H${position.x._value+size.x._value}V${position.y._value+size.y._value}H${position.x._value}V${position.y._value}Z`;};copilot({svgMaskPath: circleSvgPath})(RootComponent);

Custom components as steps

The components wrapped inside , will receive a prop of type which the outermost rendered element of the component or the element that you want the tooltip be shown around, must extend.

import{copilot,CopilotStep}from"react-native-copilot";constCustomComponent=({ copilot })=>(<View{copilot}><Text>Hello world!</Text></View>);classHomeScreen{render(){return(<View><CopilotSteptext="This is a hello world example!"order={1}name="hello"><CustomComponent/></CopilotStep></View>);}}

Custom labels (for i18n)

You can localize labels:

copilot({labels: {previous: "Vorheriger",next: "Nächster",skip: "Überspringen",finish: "Beenden"}})(RootComponent);

Adjust vertical position

In order to adjust vertical position pass to the HOC.

copilot({verticalOffset: 36})(RootComponent);

Triggering the tutorial

Use in the root component in order to trigger the tutorial. You can either invoke it with a touch event or in . Note that the component and all its descendants must be mounted before starting the tutorial since the s need to be registered first.

Usage inside a ScrollView

Pass the ScrollView reference as the second argument to the function. eg

import{ScrollView}from"react-native";import{copilot}from"react-native-copilot";classHomeScreen{componentDidMount(){// Starting the tutorial and passing the scrollview reference.this.props.start(false,this.scrollView);}componentWillUnmount(){// Don't forget to disable event handlers to prevent errorsthis.props.copilotEvents.off("stop");}render(){<ScrollViewref={ref=>(this.scrollView=ref)}>// </ScrollView>;}}exportdefaultcopilot()(HomeScreen);

Listening to the events

Along with , HOC passes function to the component to help you with tracking of tutorial progress. It utilizes mitt under the hood, you can see how full API there.

List of available events is:

  • — Copilot tutorial has started.
  • — Copilot tutorial has ended or skipped.
  • — Next step is triggered. Passes instance as event handler argument.

Example:

import{copilot,CopilotStep}from"react-native-copilot";constCustomComponent=({ copilot })=>(<View{copilot}><Text>Hello world!</Text></View>);classHomeScreen{componentDidMount(){this.props.copilotEvents.on("stop",()=>{// Copilot tutorial finished!});}componentWillUnmount(){// Don't forget to disable event handlers to prevent errorsthis.props.copilotEvents.off("stop");}render(){// }}

Contributing

Issues and Pull Requests are always welcome.

Please read OK GROW!'s global contribution guidelines.

If you are interested in becoming a maintainer, get in touch with us by sending an email or opening an issue. You should already have code merged into the project. Active contributors are encouraged to get in touch.

Please note that all interactions in 's repos should follow our Code of Conduct.

License

MIT © OK GROW!, https://www.okgrow.com.

Sours: https://github.com/mohebifar/react-native-copilot
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Getting started

A common requirement for many apps today is a UI walk-through. There are a number of packages that exist for the web such as Intro.js — a VanillaJS package, and Joyride — a React library, but none that work specifically for React Native apps. This is why we at OK GROW! have created React Native Copilot — a package that lets you easily create step-by-step walk-throughs for React Native apps.

Let’s start with implementing a simple screen.

Now let’s use react-native-copilot to add the walk-through to the screen. First, we should apply the higher order component to the main component:

It will wrap the component within a element which will later be used to add the walk-through components to the screen. In addition to, it will inject the state of the walk-through to the child context.

Now we need to make a component that would be used as one of the copilot steps. A component is a component that accepts an object named copilot as a prop, that contains two functions, and . These functions are used to keep track of the elements positions in order to make the walk-through modals the right size and be in the right position. In most cases, these functions can simply be passed directly to the native elements, however, they also can be invoked manually with some arbitrary algorithms as well if needed.

The easiest way to make a component for the native components would be using the higher-order component:

Now we can replace some and components with WalkthroughableText and . The next step would be to wrap the elements that we want to have a walk-through step for inside a element. The component accepts these as props:

: A unique name for the walk-through step. : A positive number indicating the of the step in the entire walk-through. text: The text shown as the description for the step.

Also, the higher-order component, injects some essential props to the main component:

: A function that you can invoke to start the walk-through. currentStep: An object of the currentStep's information.: True, if the walk-through modal is visible. Let's make the button onPress event trigger the walk-through:

Now it’s time turn our screen into a completely one:

Everything is happening in the copilot higher-order component. The global state of the walk-through is stored and handled within this component. Whenever a component is mounted, it registers itself as a new step in the entire walk-through by calling the method through the context. The position and the size of the component is always stored as a part of the step data. The child element inside the takes an additional prop which is an object that has two methods: and . These two methods need to be applied to the outermost native component i.e. View, Image, Text, etc. which are needed in order to measure the component's layout. Whenever the start function is invoked, it starts measuring the position and the sizes of the copilot step components.

Copilot offers two types of overlays: and . The first one provides a smoother animation but it requires react-native-svg. This mask is rendered using a svg element whose path describes a rectangle within a larger rectangle that fills the entire screen. You may ask why we didn't use ART for that. We didn't because it doesn't support fill-rules. But what is and why do we need it for drawing the mask?

essentially describes how the interior of the shape should be painted. allows us to paint only the outer rectangle leaving the inner one empty. It determines the "insideness" of a point is determined by drawing a trial ray from it to some random point in infinity. If the number of path segments that it crosses along the way is even it is considered as "outside" otherwise it is "inside". Here's an example svg similar to what we use for the copilot's mask.

We hope that now you can easily create a step-by-step walk-through for any of your React Native apps. If you have questions, problems, or simply wish to let us know what you love most about the release, please let us know via Twitter or on Github!

Originally published at www.okgrow.com

Sours: https://codeburst.io/announcing-react-native-copilot-a-react-native-package-to-create-in-app-walk-throughs-1c2cfcacd
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Step-by-step walkthrough for your react native app

Travis (.org)NPM VersionNPM Downloads

Step-by-step walkthrough for your react native app!

React Native Copilot

Demo

Creation of this project was sponsored by OK GROW!

Installation

Optional: If you want to have the smooth SVG animation, you should install and link . If you are using Expo, you can skip this as Expo comes with .

Usage

Use the higher order component for the screen component that you want to use copilot with:

import{copilot}from"react-native-copilot";classHomeScreenextendsComponent{/* */}exportdefaultcopilot()(HomeScreen);

Before defining walkthrough steps for your react elements, you must make them . The easiest way to do that for built-in react native components, is using the HOC. Then you must wrap the element with .

import{copilot,walkthroughable,CopilotStep}from"react-native-copilot";constCopilotText=walkthroughable(Text);classHomeScreen{render(){return(<View><CopilotSteptext="This is a hello world example!"order={1}name="hello"><CopilotText>Hello world!</CopilotText></CopilotStep></View>);}}

Every must have these props:

  1. name: A unique name for the walkthrough step.
  2. order: A positive number indicating the order of the step in the entire walkthrough.
  3. text: The text shown as the description for the step.

In order to start the tutorial, you can call the prop function in the root component that is injected by :

classHomeScreenextendsComponent{handleStartButtonPress(){this.props.start();}render(){// }}exportdefaultcopilot()(HomeScreen);

If you are looking for a working example, please check out this link.

Overlays and animation

The overlay in react-native copilot is the component that draws the dark transparent over the root component. React-native copilot comes with two overlay components: and .

The overlay uses 4 rectangles drawn around the target element using the component. We don't recommend using animation with this overlay since it's sluggish on some devices specially on Android devices.

The overlay uses an SVG path component for drawing the overlay. It offers a nice and smooth animation but it depends on . If you are using expo, you don't need to install anything and the svg overlay works out of the box. If not, you need to install and this package:

You can specify the overlay when applying the HOC:

copilot({overlay: "svg",// or 'view'animated: true// or false})(RootComponent);

Custom tooltip component

You can customize the tooltip by passing a component to the HOC maker. If you are looking for an example tooltip component, take a look at the default tooltip implementation.

constTooltipComponent=({ isFirstStep, isLastStep, handleNext, handlePrev, handleStop, currentStep,})=>(// );copilot({tooltipComponent: TooltipComponent})(RootComponent)

Custom tooltip styling

You can customize tooltip's style:

conststyle={backgroundColor: "#9FA8DA",borderRadius: 10,paddingTop: 5};copilot({tooltipStyle: style})(RootComponent);

Manage tooltip width

Due to the dynamic way tooltip width is calculated, it is required to override both and , check the example bellow:

constMARGIN=8;constWIDTH=Dimensions.get('window').width-(2*MARGIN);copilot({//tooltipStyle: {width: WIDTH,maxWidth: WIDTH,left: MARGIN,},});

Custom tooltip arrow color

You can customize the tooltip's arrow color:

copilot({arrowColor: '#FF00FF'})(RootComponent);

Custom step number component

You can customize the step number by passing a component to the HOC maker. If you are looking for an example step number component, take a look at the default step number implementation.

constStepNumberComponent=({ isFirstStep, isLastStep, currentStep, currentStepNumber,})=>(// );copilot({stepNumberComponent: StepNumberComponent})(RootComponent)

Custom mask color

You can customize the mask color - default is , by passing a color string to the HOC maker.

copilot({backdropColor: "rgba(50, 50, , )"})(RootComponent);

Custom svg mask Path

You can customize the mask svg path by passing a function to the HOC maker.

function signature:

SvgMaskPathFn=(args: {size: Animated.valueXY,position: Animated.valueXY,canvasSize: {x: number,y: number},step: Step})=>string;

Example with circle:

constcircleSvgPath=({ position, canvasSize }): string=>`M0,0H${canvasSize.x}V${canvasSize.y}H0V0ZM${position.x._value},${position.y._value}Za50 50 0 1 0 0 50 50 0 1 0`;copilot({svgMaskPath: circleSvgPath})(RootComponent);

Example with different overlay for specific step:

Give name prop for the step

<CopilotSteptext="This is a hello world example!"order={1}name="hello"><CopilotText>Hello world!</CopilotText></CopilotStep>

Now you can return different svg path depending on step name

constcustomSvgPath=({ position, size, canvasSize, step }): string=>{if(step&&step.name==='hello')return`M0,0H${canvasSize.x}V${canvasSize.y}H0V0ZM${position.x._value},${position.y._value}Za50 50 0 1 0 0 50 50 0 1 0`;elsereturn`M0,0H${canvasSize.x}V${canvasSize.y}H0V0ZM${position.x._value},${position.y._value}H${position.x._value+size.x._value}V${position.y._value+size.y._value}H${position.x._value}V${position.y._value}Z`;};copilot({svgMaskPath: circleSvgPath})(RootComponent);

Custom components as steps

The components wrapped inside , will receive a prop of type which the outermost rendered element of the component or the element that you want the tooltip be shown around, must extend.

import{copilot,CopilotStep}from"react-native-copilot";constCustomComponent=({ copilot })=>(<View{copilot}><Text>Hello world!</Text></View>);classHomeScreen{render(){return(<View><CopilotSteptext="This is a hello world example!"order={1}name="hello"><CustomComponent/></CopilotStep></View>);}}

Custom labels (for i18n)

You can localize labels:

copilot({labels: {previous: "Vorheriger",next: "Nächster",skip: "Überspringen",finish: "Beenden"}})(RootComponent);

Adjust vertical position

In order to adjust vertical position pass to the HOC.

copilot({verticalOffset: 36})(RootComponent);

Triggering the tutorial

Use in the root component in order to trigger the tutorial. You can either invoke it with a touch event or in . Note that the component and all its descendants must be mounted before starting the tutorial since the s need to be registered first.

Usage inside a ScrollView

Pass the ScrollView reference as the second argument to the function. eg

import{ScrollView}from"react-native";import{copilot}from"react-native-copilot";classHomeScreen{componentDidMount(){// Starting the tutorial and passing the scrollview reference.this.props.start(false,this.scrollView);}componentWillUnmount(){// Don't forget to disable event handlers to prevent errorsthis.props.copilotEvents.off("stop");}render(){<ScrollViewref={ref=>(this.scrollView=ref)}>// </ScrollView>;}}exportdefaultcopilot()(HomeScreen);

Listening to the events

Along with , HOC passes function to the component to help you with tracking of tutorial progress. It utilizes mitt under the hood, you can see how full API there.

List of available events is:

  • — Copilot tutorial has started.
  • — Copilot tutorial has ended or skipped.
  • — Next step is triggered. Passes instance as event handler argument.

Example:

import{copilot,CopilotStep}from"react-native-copilot";constCustomComponent=({ copilot })=>(<View{copilot}><Text>Hello world!</Text></View>);classHomeScreen{componentDidMount(){this.props.copilotEvents.on("stop",()=>{// Copilot tutorial finished!});}componentWillUnmount(){// Don't forget to disable event handlers to prevent errorsthis.props.copilotEvents.off("stop");}render(){// }}

Contributing

Issues and Pull Requests are always welcome.

Please read OK GROW!'s global contribution guidelines.

If you are interested in becoming a maintainer, get in touch with us by sending an email or opening an issue. You should already have code merged into the project. Active contributors are encouraged to get in touch.

Please note that all interactions in 's repos should follow our Code of Conduct.

License

MIT © OK GROW!, https://www.okgrow.com.

Sours: https://bestofreactjs.com/repo/okgrow-react-native-copilot-react-react-native-awesome-components

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Optional: If you want to have the smooth SVG animation, you should install and link react-native-svg. If you are using Expo, you can skip this as Expo comes with react-native-svg. Before defining walkthrough steps for your react elements, you must make them walkthroughable. The easiest way to do that for built-in react native components, is using the walkthroughable HOC. Then you must wrap the element with CopilotStep.

https://github.com/okgrow/react-native-copilot#readme

Dependencies:


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mitt : ^


   




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A follow up project called react-native-shared-element has been created which can be considered the successor to react-native-magic-move. It it an all native solution that provides superior performance (no more passes over the react-native bridge) and transitions. It however does not support some of the more exotic transition types (flip, shrinkAndGrow) that Magic Move does. It also doesn't support the web-platform yet and requires native extensions to run. New users are advised to use react-native-shared-element when possible. As for Magic Move, no more new developments will be started for Magic Move, merely critical bug-fixes. This notification will be updated as development on react-native-shared-element progresses. * The native extensions are recommended to get the best performance, but they are not required. This makes it possible to use react-native-magic-move with expo or react-native-web. If you're having trouble installing the native extensions, please see this guide on how to install them manually.

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react-native-pdf-view - React Native PDF View

  •    Objective-C

React native moved iOS headers, thus all iOS react import statements has been changed. Use version * for react native >= For earlier version see below breaking change. React native changed the ReactProps class which led to problems with updating native view properties (see https://github.com/facebook/react-native/issues/). These errors are corrected in react-native-pdf-view version Use version * for react native >= and for earlier react native versions use version

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victory-native - victory components for react native

  •    Javascript

Note: react-native-svg has strict version requirements for both react and react-native. Please match versions to those required by react-native-svg. See the up-to-date requirements on the react-native-svg Readme. We encourage you to use the latest version of react-native-svg possible for your project, as victory-native issues are frequently solved by react-native-svg bugfixes.Full documentation can be found here.

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