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react-native-deck-swiper

1.5.17 • Public • Published

react-native-deck-swiper

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Installation

npm install react-native-deck-swiper --save

Overview

  • Rotation animation
  • Opacity animation
  • Zoom animation
  • Overlay labels
  • Show next card while swiping
  • Swipe event callbacks
  • Trigger swipe animations programmatically
  • Jump to a card index
  • Swipe to the previous card
  • Underlaying cards offset
  • Swipe back to the previous card with a custom animation
  • Never-ending, animated deck when infinite property is true

Preview

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Props

Card props

Props type description required default
cards array array of data for the cards to be rendered required
renderCard func(cardData, cardIndex) function to render the card based on the data required
keyExtractor func(cardData) function to get the card's react key null
cardIndex number cardIndex to start with 0
infinite bool keep swiping indefinitely false
horizontalSwipe bool enable/disable horizontal swiping true
verticalSwipe bool enable/disable vertical swiping true
showSecondCard bool enable/disable second card while swiping true
stackSize number number of underlaying cards to show (showSecondCard must be enabled) 0

Event callbacks

Props type description default
onSwipedAll func function to be called when all cards have been swiped
onSwiped func function to be called when a card is swiped. it receives the swiped card index
onSwipedAborted func function to be called when a card is released before reaching the threshold
onSwipedLeft func function to be called when a card is swiped left. it receives the swiped card index
onSwipedRight func function to be called when a card is swiped right. it receives the swiped card index
onSwipedTop func function to be called when a card is swiped top. it receives the swiped card index
onSwipedBottom func function to be called when a card is swiped bottom. it receives the swiped card index
onSwiping func function to be called when a card is being moved. it receives X and Y positions
onTapCard func function to be called when tapping a card. it receives the tapped card index
onTapCardDeadZone number maximum amount of movement before a tap is no longer recognized as a tap 5

Swipe animation props

Props type description default
verticalThreshold number vertical swipe threshold height / 5
horizontalThreshold number horizontal swipe threshold width / 4
swipeAnimationDuration number duration of the swipe animation 350
disableBottomSwipe bool disable bottom swipe false
disableLeftSwipe bool disable left swipe false
disableRightSwipe bool disable right swipe false
disableTopSwipe bool disable top swipe false

Stack props

Props type description default
stackSeparation number vertical separation between underlaying cards 10
stackScale number percentage to reduce the size of each underlaying card 3
stackAnimationFriction number spring animation friction (bounciness) 7
stackAnimationTension number spring animation tension (speed) 40

Rotation animation props

Props type description default
inputRotationRange array x values range for the rotation output [-width / 2, 0, width / 2]
outputRotationRange array rotation values for the x values in inputRotationRange ["-10deg", "0deg", "10deg"]

Opacity animation props

Props type description default
animateCardOpacity bool animate card opacity false
inputCardOpacityRangeX array pan x card opacity input range [-width / 2, -width / 3, 0, width / 3, width / 2]
outputCardOpacityRangeX array opacity values for the values in inputCardOpacityRangeX [0.8, 1, 1, 1, 0.8]
inputCardOpacityRangeY array pan y card opacity input range [-height / 2, -height / 3, 0, height / 3, height / 2]
outputCardOpacityRangeY array opacity values for the values in inputCardOpacityRangeY [0.8, 1, 1, 1, 0.8]
animateOverlayLabelsOpacity bool animate card overlay labels opacity false
inputOverlayLabelsOpacityRangeX array pan x overlay labels opacity input range [-width / 3, -width / 4, 0, width / 4, width / 3]
outputOverlayLabelsOpacityRangeX array opacity values for the values in inputOverlayLabelsOpacityRangeX [1, 0, 0, 0, 1]
inputOverlayLabelsOpacityRangeY array pan x overlay labels opacity input range [-height / 4, -height / 5, 0, height / 5, height / 4]
outputOverlayLabelsOpacityRangeY array opacity values for the values in inputOverlayLabelsOpacityRangeY [1, 0, 0, 0, 1]
overlayOpacityVerticalThreshold number vertical threshold for overlay label height / 5
overlayOpacityHorizontalThreshold number horizontal threshold for overlay label width / 4

2 steps of inputOverlayLabelsOpacityRangeX and inputOverlayLabelsOpacityRangeY should match horizontalThreshold and verticalThreshold, respectively.

Swipe overlay labels

Props type description default
overlayLabels object swipe labels title and style null, see below for format
overlayLabelStyle object swipe labels style null, see below for format
overlayLabelWrapperStyle object overlay label wrapper style see below for default

overlayLabelStyle

{
  fontSize: 45,
  fontWeight: 'bold',
  borderRadius: 10,
  padding: 10,
  overflow: 'hidden'
}

overlayLabelWrapperStyle default props:

{
  position: 'absolute',
  backgroundColor: 'transparent',
  zIndex: 2,
  flex: 1,
  width: '100%',
  height: '100%'
}

overlayLabels default props :

{
  bottom: {
    element: <Text>BLEAH</Text> /* Optional */
    title: 'BLEAH',
    style: {
      label: {
        backgroundColor: 'black',
        borderColor: 'black',
        color: 'white',
        borderWidth: 1
      },
      wrapper: {
        flexDirection: 'column',
        alignItems: 'center',
        justifyContent: 'center'
      }
    }
  },
  left: {
    element: <Text>NOPE</Text> /* Optional */
    title: 'NOPE',
    style: {
      label: {
        backgroundColor: 'black',
        borderColor: 'black',
        color: 'white',
        borderWidth: 1
      },
      wrapper: {
        flexDirection: 'column',
        alignItems: 'flex-end',
        justifyContent: 'flex-start',
        marginTop: 30,
        marginLeft: -30
      }
    }
  },
  right: {
    element: <Text>LIKE</Text> /* Optional */
    title: 'LIKE',
    style: {
      label: {
        backgroundColor: 'black',
        borderColor: 'black',
        color: 'white',
        borderWidth: 1
      },
      wrapper: {
        flexDirection: 'column',
        alignItems: 'flex-start',
        justifyContent: 'flex-start',
        marginTop: 30,
        marginLeft: 30
      }
    }
  },
  top: {
    element: <Text>SUPER</Text> /* Optional */
    title: 'SUPER LIKE',
    style: {
      label: {
        backgroundColor: 'black',
        borderColor: 'black',
        color: 'white',
        borderWidth: 1
      },
      wrapper: {
        flexDirection: 'column',
        alignItems: 'center',
        justifyContent: 'center'
      }
    }
  }
}

Swipe back to previous card props

Make sure you set showSecondCard={false} for smoother and proper transitions while going back to previous card.

Props type description default
goBackToPreviousCardOnSwipeLeft bool previous card is rendered on left swipe false
goBackToPreviousCardOnSwipeRight bool previous card is rendered on right swipe false
goBackToPreviousCardOnSwipeTop bool previous card is rendered on top swipe false
goBackToPreviousCardOnSwipeBottom bool previous card is rendered on bottom swipe false

Style props

Props type description default
backgroundColor string background color for the view containing the cards '#4FD0E9'
marginTop number marginTop for the swiper container 0
marginBottom number marginBottom for the swiper container 0
cardVerticalMargin number card vertical margin 60
cardHorizontalMargin number card horizontal margin 20
childrenOnTop bool render children on top or not false
cardStyle node override swipable card style {}

Methods

To trigger imperative animations, you can use a reference to the Swiper component.

Props arguments description
swipeLeft mustDecrementCardIndex = false swipe left to the next card
swipeRight mustDecrementCardIndex = false swipe right to the next card
swipeTop mustDecrementCardIndex = false swipe top to the next card
swipeBottom mustDecrementCardIndex = false swipe bottom to the next card
swipeBack callback swipe back into deck last swiped card
jumpToCardIndex cardIndex set the current card index

Usage example

render () {
    <View style={styles.container}>
        <Swiper
            cards={['DO', 'MORE', 'OF', 'WHAT', 'MAKES', 'YOU', 'HAPPY']}
            renderCard={(card) => {
                return (
                    <View style={styles.card}>
                        <Text style={styles.text}>{card}</Text>
                    </View>
                )
            }}
            onSwiped={(cardIndex) => {console.log(cardIndex)}}
            onSwipedAll={() => {console.log('onSwipedAll')}}
            cardIndex={0}
            backgroundColor={'#4FD0E9'}
            stackSize= {3}>
            <Button
                onPress={() => {console.log('oulala')}}
                title="Press me">
                You can press me
            </Button>
        </Swiper>
    </View>
}

Demo inside the Exemples Folder

Stylesheet example

const styles = StyleSheet.create({
  container: {
    flex: 1,
    backgroundColor: "#F5FCFF"
  },
  card: {
    flex: 1,
    borderRadius: 4,
    borderWidth: 2,
    borderColor: "#E8E8E8",
    justifyContent: "center",
    backgroundColor: "white"
  },
  text: {
    textAlign: "center",
    fontSize: 50,
    backgroundColor: "transparent"
  }
});

Updating props on card content? (dynamic card content)

Card properties may change, including on already swiped cards, which would yield no effects to users as the cards would no longer be displayed [based on initial issue].

A possible fix for the situation is setting the cardIndex on the parent component whenever deck re-renders are needed.

const { cardIndex } = this.props;
return (<Swiper
  ref={swiper => {
    this.swiper = swiper;
  }}
  {...customSwiperProps}
  cardIndex={cardIndex}
/>)

Passing along the cardIndex to the swiper will allow external changes on the property, thus triggering a re-render of the deck of cards. All onSwipe callbacks return the cardIndex that can be used to push the updated cardIndex to app state (redux or something else).

By making sure that external changes on the cardIndex match those the swiper performs (increment on swipes, decrement on swipeBack) one can ensure no re-renders occur when not needed.

install

npm i react-native-deck-swiper

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version

1.5.17

license

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