ReactNative: Native Bottom Action Sheet (Android/iOS)

ReactNative: Native Bottom Action Sheet (Android/iOS)

ReactNative: Native Bottom Action Sheet (Android/iOS) .A simple library that creates native BottomSheet actions according to the Material Design Specs

A simple library that creates native BottomSheet actions according to the Material Design Specs

Android

Sheet View: rubensousa/BottomSheetBuilder
Grid View: rubensousa/BottomSheetBuilder
Alert View: javiersantos/BottomDialogs

iOS

Sheet View: sagiwei/SGActionView
Grid View: sagiwei/SGActionView
Alert View: sagiwei/SGActionView

Getting started

$ npm install react-native-bottom-action-sheet --save

RN61 >= RNBAS V2 >

  • Add react-native-image-helper your app package.json

$ npm install react-native-image-helper --save

  • Add react-native-vector-icons to your app package.json and configure it as per their installation steps

$ npm install react-native-vector-icons --save

  • iOS

    • Add the following to your Podfile -> ios/Podfile and run pod update:
         pod 'SGActionView', :git => 'https://github.com/prscX/SGActionView.git'
    
           use_native_modules!
    
         pod 'RNBottomActionSheet', :path => '../node_modules/react-native-bottom-action-sheet/ios'
         pod 'RNImageHelper', :path => '../node_modules/react-native-image-helper/ios'
    
  • Android

Please add below snippet into your app build.gradle

allprojects {
    repositories {
        maven { url 'https://jitpack.io' }
    }
}

RN61 >= RNBAS V1 >

RN61 above please use react-native-bottom-action-sheet V1 and above

  • iOS

    • Add the following to your Podfile -> ios/Podfile and run pod update:
         pod 'SGActionView', :git => 'https://github.com/prscX/SGActionView.git'
    
           use_native_modules!
    
         pod 'RNBottomActionSheet', :path => '../node_modules/react-native-bottom-action-sheet/ios'
    
  • Android

Please add below snippet into your app build.gradle

allprojects {
    repositories {
        maven { url 'https://jitpack.io' }
    }
}

RN60 < RNBAS V1 <

RN60 below please use react-native-bottom-action-sheet V.0.*

$ react-native link react-native-bottom-action-sheet

$ react-native link react-native-vector-icons

  • iOS

    • After react-native link react-native-bottom-action-sheet, please verify node_modules/react-native-bottom-action-sheet/ios/ contains Pods folder. If does not exist please execute pod install command on node_modules/react-native-bottom-action-sheet/ios/, if any error => try pod repo update then pod install
  • Android

Please add below snippet into your app build.gradle

allprojects {
    repositories {
        maven { url 'https://jitpack.io' }
        maven { url "https://maven.google.com" }
        ...
    }
}

Note: This library is support on Android 27 > above

Usage

import RNBottomActionSheet from 'react-native-bottom-action-sheet';

import Icon from 'react-native-vector-icons'

Example's

  • Sheet View

    • API Way
    let facebook = <Icon family={'FontAwesome'} name={'facebook'} color={'#000000'} size={30} />
    let instagram = <Icon family={'FontAwesome'} name={'instagram'} color={'#000000'} size={30} />
    let SheetView = RNBottomActionSheet.SheetView;
    
    SheetView.Show({
      title: "Awesome!",
      items: [
        { title: "Facebook", value: "fb", subTitle: "Facebook Description", icon: facebook },
        { title: "Instagram", value: "insta", subTitle: "Instagram Description", icon: instagram },
      ],
      theme: "light",
      selection: 3,
      onSelection: (index, value) => {
        // value is optional
        console.log("selection: " + index + " " + value);
      },
      onCancel: () => console.log('Closing the bottom SheetView!!!')
    });
    • React Way
     let facebook = <Icon family={'FontAwesome'} name={'facebook'} color={'#000000'} size={30} />
     let instagram = <Icon family={'FontAwesome'} name={'instagram'} color={'#000000'} size={30} />
    
     <RNBottomActionSheet.SheetView visible={this.state.sheetView} title={"Awesome!"} theme={"light"} onSelection={(index, value) => {
         // value is optional
         console.log("selection: " + index + " " + value);
     }}>
         <RNBottomActionSheet.SheetView.Item title={"Facebook"} subTitle={"Facebook Description"} icon={facebook} />
         <RNBottomActionSheet.SheetView.Item title={"Instagram"} subTitle={"Instagram Description"} icon={instagram} />
     </RNBottomActionSheet.SheetView>

    Note:

    • We have added family prop for Icon class, please make sure that you pass the props
  • Grid View

    • API Way
     let facebook = <Icon family={'FontAwesome'} name={'facebook'} color={'#000000'} size={30} />
     let instagram = <Icon family={'FontAwesome'} name={'instagram'} color={'#000000'} size={30} />
    
     let GridView = RNBottomActionSheet.GridView
         GridView.Show({
             title: "Awesome!",
             items: [
             { title: "Facebook", icon: facebook },
             { title: "Instagram", icon: instagram }
             ],
             theme: 'light',
             onSelection: (index, value) => {
             console.log('selection: ' + index + ' ' + value)
             }
         });
    • React Way
     let facebook = <Icon family={'FontAwesome'} name={'facebook'} color={'#000000'} size={30} />
     let instagram = <Icon family={'FontAwesome'} name={'instagram'} color={'#000000'} size={30} />
    
     <RNBottomActionSheet.GridView visible={this.state.gridView} title={"Awesome!"} theme={"light"} selection={3} onSelection={(index, value) => {
         console.log('selection: ' + index + ' ' + value);
         }}>
         <RNBottomActionSheet.GridView.Item title={"Facebook"} icon={facebook} />
         <RNBottomActionSheet.GridView.Item title={"Instagram"} icon={instagram} />
     </RNBottomActionSheet.GridView>
    
  • Alert View

    • API Way
     let AlertView = RNBottomActionSheet.AlertView
         AlertView.Show({
         title: "Awesome!",
         message: "What can we improve? Your feedback is always welcome.",
         positiveText: "OK",
         positiveBackgroundColor: "#eeffee",
         positiveTextColor: "#006500",
         negativeText: "Exit",
         negativeBackgroundColor: "#ffebeb",
         negativeTextColor: "#760000",
         theme: 'light',
         onPositive: () => {
             console.log('positive clicked')
         },
         onNegative: () => {
             console.log('negative clicked')
         }
         })
    • React Way
     <RNBottomActionSheet.AlertView
         visible={this.state.alterView}
         title={"Awesome!"}
         message={"What can we improve? Your feedback is always welcome."}
         positiveText={"OK"}
         positiveBackgroundColor={"#eeffee"}
         positiveTextColor={"#006500"}
         negativeText={"Exit"}
         negativeBackgroundColor={"#ffebeb"}
         negativeTextColor={"#760000"}
         theme={"light"}
         onPositive={() => {
             console.log("positive clicked");
         }}
         onNegative={() => {
             console.log("negative clicked");
         }} />

APIs

  • Sheet View

    • Generic

      • title: string
      • items: Array<{ title: string, subTitle: string, icon?: image, value?: mixed }> - subTitle: iOS Only
      • onSelection: (index: number, value: ?mixed) => void
      • Show()
    • Android

      • titleTextColor: string
      • itemTextColor: string
      • itemTintColor: string
      • backgroundColor: string
      • delayDismissOnItemClick: bool
      • dividerItem(title: string)
    • iOS

      • theme: string
      • selection: int
  • Grid View

    • Generic

      • title: string
      • items: Array<{ title: string, icon?: image, value?: mixed }>
      • onSelection: (index: number, value: ?mixed) => void
      • Show()
    • Android

      • itemTextColor: string
      • itemTintColor: string
      • backgroundColor: string
      • delayDismissOnItemClick: bool
    • iOS

      • theme: string
  • Alert View

    • Generic

      • title string
      • message: string
      • positiveText: string
      • positiveBackgroundColor: string
      • positiveTextColor: string
      • negativeText: string
      • negativeBackgroundColor: string
      • negativeTextColor: string
      • onPositive: () => void
      • onNegative: () => void
      • Show()
    • Android

    • iOS

      • theme: string - iOS Only

Icons

    let facebook = <Icon family={'FontAwesome'} name={'facebook'} color={'#000000'} size={30} />

    <RNBottomActionSheet.GridView.Item title={"Facebook"} icon={facebook} />

Note:

  • We have added family prop for Icon class, please make sure that you pass the props
  • Custom Icons

    Note: Since we are using native libraries, we have not found a solution in order to render RN Images in production, therefore please copy all your image assets in platform specific folders:

  • Android: Please copy your image assets in app resource drawable folder

  • iOS: Please copy your image assets in app resources folder

    Please refer example application for the image usage.

Credits

How to contribute

Have an idea? Found a bug? Please raise to ISSUES. Contributions are welcome and are greatly appreciated! Every little bit helps, and credit will always be given.

Where is this library used?

If you are using this library in one of your projects, add it in this list below.

Download Details:

Author: prscX

GitHub: https://github.com/prscX/react-native-bottom-action-sheet

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