Native Directory

A curated list of React Native libraries.

#4 Product of the DayJuly 12, 2017

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

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Maker
Hey we built this simple website: https://native.directory. We hope that it helps you find libraries that you can use to build React Native projects! If you want to contribute: https://github.com/expo/react-na... If you want to learn more about React Native: https://facebook.github.io/react...
One of the most popular question in any community platform I've ever seen is "What should I use for Navigation / Bluetooth / Audio Player / etc.?" along with following question "Does it support Android?". Now we finally have a link to share! Native.Directory saves at least a few clicks and a few minutes of researching even for an experienced React Native dev (Has it been updated recently? How does it look? Does it support Expo, meaning there is no custom native code involved and many other questions). I love that and I hope Search Engines will also love Native.Directory :)
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@potomushto I hope so too! Thank you so much for checking it out :) Let us know how we can be more helpful.
Thank you for this! Does anyone know of a good react native library to collect net promoter score (NPS) or feedback? i.e. https://delighted.com
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@adrian_carolli I don't know either so let me know when you find out :)
@calebelston from Delighted - it would be nice if there was a React Native delighted library to collect NPS easily. I most likely make one and in the future open source it if its not on your roadmap?
This is excellent. Currently I use https://js.coach/ which has a nice way to quickly preview the README.md files (and see screenshots, etc.) before going into opening the repo. Whatever makes our development easier in the React Native world, like Ruby-Toolbox did for the Ruby and Rails community, is awesome.
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@joshuapinter JS Coach is really great! I think we can learn a lot from them. Our focus is adding libraries that people have tested, so people know what works and what doesn't. This is a common issue with React Native development right now.
@meanjim Agreed. I also noticed you guys have little thumbnails where you can preview GIFs and pictures from the library. Great feature.
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@joshuapinter thanks! πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ
This is really awesome <3
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@pelaseyed Thank you for those kind words!