Have ideas to improve npm?Join in the discussion! »

    native-base
    TypeScript icon, indicating that this package has built-in type declarations

    3.0.0-next.29 • Public • Published

    Nativebase Logo NativeBase 3.0 Financial Contributors on Open Collective Build Status npm version npm downloads

    A complete component library for React Native Ecosystem

    • Accessible : Maximise app usage with our accessible design.
    • Responsive : Create responsive apps with ease from the get-go.
    • Themeable : Customise your app theme and component styles.
    • Consistent : Make accurate predictions for web, Android & iOS.

    Documentation

    You can find the complete documentation here.

    Table of Content

    1. What is NativeBase 3.0?
    2. Why NativeBase 3.0?
    3. KitchenSink App
    4. Compairing available options
    5. Inspirations
    6. API
    7. Getting Started
    8. Components
    9. Documentation
    10. Website
    11. Quick Links to NativeBase
    12. About the creators

    1. What is NativeBase 3.0?

    NativeBase is a universal Design System for Mobile & Web built for React Native and React with the same API. Ships a bunch of components for most of the use-cases that includes Button, AppBar, Dialog, Modal and what not.

    2. Why NativeBase 3.0?

    We want to build and ship apps fast with the highest quality. We want to focus on the business logic and to solve real problems.

    4. Compairing the available options

    Name Web Mobile Design System Customizable Components Language Docs Popularity
    Ant Design Yes Partial Yes Low Many JavaScript Very good
    Braid Design System Yes No Yes Medium Many JavaScript Good
    Bootstrap Yes No Yes Medium Limited CSS Very good
    TailwindCSS Yes Partial Yes High Rich (with TailwindUI) CSS Very good
    Flutter Material Yes Yes Yes High Many Dart Average
    NativeBase 3.0 Yes Yes Yes High Rich JavaScript Very good

    5. Inspirations

    Ant Design, Braid Design System, Bootstrap, TailwindCSS, Flutter Material

    6. API

    Declarative and Imperative. Declarative for components and Imperative for all the actions

    7. Getting Started

    To have NativeBase components running onto your native apps, all you need to do is, create a fresh React Native project using whatever you want, expo is a really great starting point so we will start with that and install the NativeBase using npm or yarn and add all the peer dependencies.

    Setup with React Native

    react-native init AwesomeNativeBase
    cd AwesomeNativeBase

    Install NativeBase

    # using yarn
    yarn add native-base@next
    # using npm
    npm i native-base@next

    Install Peer Dependencies

    The peer dependencies included from any npm packages does not automatically get installed. Your application will not depend on it explicitly.

    react-native link

    You've successfully setup NativeBase with your React Native app. Your React Native app is ready to run on iOS and Android devices.

    Setup with Expo

    Expo helps you make React Native apps with no build configuration. It works on macOS, Windows, and Linux. Refer this link for additional information on Expo and setting up an Expo starter app.

    Install NativeBase

    # using yarn
    yarn add native-base@next
    # using npm
    npm i native-base@next

    We will also have to install these peer dependencies

    Install react-native-svg

    # using yarn
    yarn add react-native-svg
    # using npm
    npm i react-native-svg

    Install react-native-vector-icons

    # using yarn
    yarn add react-native-vector-icons
    # using npm
    npm i react-native-vector-icons

    Install styled-components

    # using yarn
    yarn add styled-components
    # using npm
    npm i styled-components

    Install styled-system

    # using yarn
    yarn add styled-system
    # using npm
    npm i styled-system

    8. Components

    NativeBase 3.0 is made from two types of components — Primitives and Composite.

    • Primitive components are the building blocks.
    • Composite components are made up of primitive components.

    9. Documentation

    Go through NativeBase Docs to play with NativeBase.

    10. Website

    https://nativebase.github.io/

    11. Quick Links to NativeBase

    12. About the creators

    We are GeekyAnts, a startup based in Bangalore, India with 200+ developers in strength. We have been very active in the React / React Native community where we have developed StrapUI and StartReact. Our other products include StartLaravel and StartAngular.

    Another major project by us is BuilderX, a screen design tool which codes React Native for you.

    Contributors

    Code Contributors

    This project exists thanks to all the people who contribute. [Contribute].

    Financial Contributors

    Become a financial contributor and help us sustain our community. [Contribute]

    Individuals

    Organizations

    Support this project with your organization. Your logo will show up here with a link to your website. [Contribute]

    Install

    npm i [email protected]

    Version

    3.0.0-next.29

    License

    Apache-2.0

    Unpacked Size

    4.36 MB

    Total Files

    2642

    Last publish

    Collaborators

    • avatar
    • avatar
    • avatar
    • avatar
    • avatar
    • avatar
    • avatar
    • avatar
    • avatar
    • avatar
    • avatar
    • avatar
    • avatar
    • avatar
    • avatar
    • avatar
    • avatar
    • avatar