React Native Plant App UI #5 : Terms of Service Modal - Kriss

React Native Plant App UI #5 : Terms of Service Modal - Kriss

x This tutorial is the fifth part of our React Native Plant App tutorial series.

This tutorial is the fifth part of our React Native Plant App tutorial series. In the previous part, we successfully implemented the Illustrations section with the image slider and Steps section with animated Delimiter dots. This tutorial is the continuation of the same tutorial from where we left off in the last part. So, it is recommended to go through the previous part in order to get insight and knowledge of the overall project.

As mentioned in the previous parts, the inspiration to work on this tutorial series came from React Native App Templates that provide a wide variety of mobile application templates written in React Native and powered by universal features and design. These app templates allow us to implement our own apps and even start our own startups. And, this fifth part is also the continuation of coding implementations and designs from the Youtube video tutorial by React UI Kitfor the Plant App. The video tutorial delivers the coding implementation of the overall app very thoroughly. However, there is no verbal guidance for coding and implementation. Hence, this tutorial series is the implementation of the same coding style and designs in the form of the article. Thus, the learners can go through each step and take their time understanding the implementations.


In this fifth part of this tutorial series, we are going to implement the Terms of Service(TOS) section in the form of a Modal view. This TOS section will contain the terms and services of the app as in the actual app. The implementation of this section will also complete our overall implementation of the Welcome screen. The idea is to start by implementing the Modal view when clicking the ‘Terms of service’ button at the bottom of the welcome screen. Then, we will add the content inside the modal view and make it scrollable as well. Then, we will implement the button to close the modal as well as configure the closing of the modal through the device back button.

So, let us begin!!

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