Fluid Transitions is a library that provides Shared Element Transitions during navigation between screens using react-navigation.
A Shared Element Transition is the visualization of an element in one screen being transformed into a corresponding element in another screen during the navigation transition.
The library implements a custom navigator called
FluidNavigator that makes all this and more possible.
react-navigation-collapsible is a library and a
Higher Order Component that adjusts your navigationOptions and makes your screen header collapsible.
Since react-navigation's header is designed as
Animated component, you can animate the header by passing
Animated.Value from your
FlatList to the header.
This project aims to expose native navigation container components to React Native and React Navigation can integrate with it since version 2.14.0. Using
react-native-screens brings several benefits, such as support for the "reachability feature" on iOS, and improved memory consumption on both platforms.
Helps you to render buttons in the navigation bar and handle the styling so you don't have to. It tries to mimic the appearance of native navbar buttons and attempts to offer a simple interface for you to interact with.
Provides simple HOCs that map react-navigation props to your screen components directly - ie. instead of
const user = this.props.navigation.getParam(activeUser, null), you'd write
const user = this.props.activeUser.
This component implements iOS large header with grow/shrink on scroll, made by @jonsamp. Note that it doesn't handle header animation between screens, it only handles animating the header title on scroll.
To use this component, we'd want to disable the built-in header. There are 2 ways to disable the header in React Navigation:
- Disable the default header for one screen:
- Disable header globally in