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    PX Blue React Native Components


    This is a library of re-usable React Native components for use in PX Blue applications. For the most part, these components are meant to simplify building your application by providing drop-in components that implement common use cases in PX Blue and eliminate the need for multiple teams to build their own components for these.

    Refer to the Component Library API documentation site for a list of available components or see the repository documentation for each individual component.


    To install the PX Blue react native components from NPM as a dependency for your project, you can run the following command in your project root:

    yarn add @pxblue/react-native-components

    NOTE: This install command will install the package from NPM. If you are a PX Blue developer working with components locally, you will want to follow the manual linking instructions - see below.

    Peer Dependencies

    This library has a few dependencies that you will need to install in your project in order to work correctly. To install them, you can run the following command in your project root:

    npm install --save react-native-paper@^4.0.0 react-native-safe-area-context@^3.0.0 react-native-vector-icons@^8.0.0 react-native-modal@^12.0.0
    // or 
    yarn add react-native-paper@^4.0.0 react-native-safe-area-context@^3.0.0 react-native-vector-icons@^8.0.0 react-native-modal@^12.0.0

    Building the Library

    To work with this library, first clone down the repository and install dependencies:

    git clone https://github.com/pxblue/react-native-component-library
    cd react-native-component-library

    The library can be built by running the following command. The resulting output will be in the /dist folder.

    yarn build

    Running the demo projects

    This repository comes with three demo projects found within the /demos folder. The first is a Storybook application that allows you to see the components in isolation and interact with their properties. The second is a Showcase project that shows a combination of components in the context of a realistic interface. The third project is our api documentation.

    You can build, link, and start the demo applications in a single step by calling from the root directory either

    yarn start:showcase

    to start a project demo, or

    yarn start:storybook

    to start an interactive component documentation (will run on a device or a simulator), or

    yarn start:storybook-api

    to bring up a API documentation website (no interactive components).

    Using the Components

    See the documentation for information on using these components.


    This component library relies on react-native-vector-icons - this library must be installed in your project in order to use the PX Blue components.

    Additionally, if using @pxblue/icons-svg, SVGs must be transformed using react-native-svg-transformer. Follow the instructions on their readme for setting up.


    npm i @pxblue/react-native-components

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