In addition to React Native components, you'll have access to the Expo SDK, a library that provides a wide range of native APIs on iOS and Android. Expo can also manage assets for you, handle push notifications, and build your native binary for submission to the app store.
Bucks UI a react-native theme is a financial mobile app theme made from one of our designs. You can use the theme to build your next cryptocurrency wallet app or any other financial inspired app you might need.
We took great care into creating it. We also offer support for you to install it if you ever need it.
Native Directory is a destination for finding any libraries that work with React Native. There are four sub categories, libraries that work with iOS, libraries that work with Android, libraries that work with Expo, and libraries that even work on the web.
Native Directory takes submissions at https://github.com/react-community/native-directory
Stylepill is the best place to host all your UI components (you can re-download at any time). You can also feed you personal repository with another users' components.
We're working on a closed beta, making the repository with our early subscribers. But if you want access, let us know, we'll gladly give it to you.
10+ open-source React Native UI components for your next iOS/Android app, comes with a free sketch template.
ReactiveSearch is also available as a React library for web apps. You can check it over here.
React Native Awesome UI is a collection of awesome components with inline information about activity on the project and a demo. Super easy to browse and pick components by seeing them in action. Inspired by https://github.com/wasabeef/awesome-android-ui/
A free, 24-page zine about making web apps with React.js. Learn some of the key concepts, including:
- When to use React
- Essential parts of a React App UI
- What's Routing?
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Plus, learn how Suz Hinton, Justin Falcone & Florida Elago got into coding, and find out our top tips from React experts.