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react-native-dialogs

1.0.1 • Public • Published

react-native-dialogs

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An Android only module for Material Design dialogs. This is a wrapper over afollestad/material-dialogs. This module is designed for Android only with no plans to support iOS.

Table of Contents

Installation

  1. Install:

    • Using npm: npm install react-native-dialogs --save
    • Using Yarn: yarn add react-native-dialogs
  2. Link:

    • react-native link react-native-dialogs
    • Or if this fails, link manually using these steps
  3. Compile application using react-native run-android

Manual Linking

Follow these steps if automatic linking (react-native link) failed.

  1. Include this module in android/settings.gradle:

    ...
    include ':autocompletetextview' // Add this
    project(':autocompletetextview').projectDir = file("../node_modules/autocompletetextview/android") // Add this
    
    ...
    include ':app'
    
  2. In android/app/build.gradle, add the dependency to your app build:

    dependencies {
        ...
        compile project(':react-native-dialogs') // Add this
    }
    
  3. In android/build.gradle, it should already be there, but in case it is not, add Jitpack maven repository to download the library afollestad/material-dialogs:

    allprojects {
        repositories {
            ...
            jcenter() // Add this if it is not already here
            ...
        }
    }
    
  4. In android/settings.gradle:

    rootProject.name = ...
    ...
    include ':react-native-dialogs' // Add this
    project(':react-native-dialogs').projectDir = new File(rootProject.projectDir, '../node_modules/react-native-dialogs/android') // Add this
    
    ...
    include ':app'
    
  5. Import and add package, in android/app/src/main/.../MainApplication.java:

    ...
    import android.app.Application;
    ...
     
    import com.aakashns.reactnativedialogs.ReactNativeDialogsPackage; // Add new import 
     
    ...
     
    public class MainApplication extends Application implements ReactApplication {
      ...
      @Override
      protected List<ReactPackage> getPackages() {
        return Arrays.<ReactPackage>asList(
          new MainReactPackage(),
          ...
          new ReactNativeDialogsPackage() // Add the package here 
        );
      }
    }

Usage

  1. Import it in your JS:

    import DialogAndroid from 'react-native-dialogs';
  2. Call API:

    class Blah extends Component {
        render() {
            return <Button title="Show DialogAndroid" onPress={this.showDialogAndroid} />
        }
     
        showDialogAndroid = async () => {
            const { action } = await DialogAndroid.alert('Title', 'Message');
            switch (action) {
                case DialogAndroid.actionPositive:
                    console.log('positive!')
                    break;
                case DialogAndroid.actionNegative:
                    console.log('negative!')
                    break;
                case DialogAndroid.actionNeutral:
                    console.log('netural!')
                    break;
                case DialogAndroid.actionDismiss:
                    console.log('dismissed!')
                    break;
            }
        }
    }

API

Properties

defaults

{ positiveText: 'OK' }

The default options to be used by all methods. To modify this, either directly manipulate with DialogAndroid.defaults = { ... } or use assignDefaults

actionDismiss

static actionDismiss = "actionDismiss"

actionNegative

static actionNegative = "actionNegative"

actionNeutral

static actionNeutral = "actionNeutral"

actionPositive

static actionPositive = "actionPositive"

listPlain

static listPlain = "listPlain"

listRadio

static listRadio = "listRadio"

listCheckbox

static listCheckbox = "listCheckbox"

progressHorizontal

static progressHorizontal = "progressHorizontal"

Methods

alert
static alert(
    title: Title,
    content: Content,
    options: OptionsAlert
): Promise<
    {| action: "actionDismiss" | "actionNegative" | "actionNeutral" | "actionPositive" |} |
    {| action: "actionDismiss" | "actionNegative" | "actionNeutral" | "actionPositive", checked: boolean |}
>

Shows a dialog.

Parameter Type Default Required Description
title string, null, void Title of dialog
content string, null, void Message of dialog
options OptionsAlert See OptionsAlert
assignDefaults
static assignDefaults({
    [string]: value
): void

Set default colors for example, so you don't have to provide it on every method call.

{ positiveText: 'OK' }

dismiss
static dismiss(): void

Hides the currently showing dialog.

prompt
static prompt(
    title?: null | string,
    content?: null | string,
    options: OptionsPrompt
): Promise<
    {| action: "actionNegative" | "actionNeutral" | "actionDismiss" |} |
    {| action: "actionNegative" | "actionNeutral", checked: boolean |} |
    {| action: "actionPositive", text: string |} |
    {| action: "actionPositive", text: string, checked: boolean |}
>

Shows a dialog with a text input field.

Parameter Type Default Required Description
title string, null, void Title of dialog
content string, null, void Message of dialog
options OptionsPrompt See OptionsPrompt
showPicker
static showProgress(
    title?: null | string,
    content?: null | string,
    options: OptionsPicker
): Promise<
    {| action: "actionNegative" | "actionNeutral" | "actionDismiss" |} |
    {| action: "actionNegative" | "actionNeutral" | "actionDismiss", checked: boolean |} |
    {| action: "actionSelect", selectedItem: ListItem |} |
    {| action: "actionSelect", selectedItem: ListItem, checked: boolean |} |
    {| action: "actionSelect", selectedItems: ListItem[] |} |
    {| action: "actionSelect", selectedItems: ListItem[], checked: boolean |}
>

Shows a regular alert, but also with items that can be selected.

Parameter Type Default Required Description
title string, null, void Title of dialog
content string, null, void Message of dialog
options OptionsPicker See OptionsPrompt
showProgress
static showProgress(
    content?: null | string,
    options: OptionsProgress
): Promise<{| action:"actionDismiss" |}>

Shows a progress dialog. By default no buttons are shown, and hardware back button does not close it. You must close it with DialogAndroid.dismiss().

Parameter Type Default Required Description
content string, null, void Message of dialog
options OptionsProgress See OptionsPrompt

Types

Flow is used as the typing system.

Internal Types

type ActionType
"actionDismiss" | "actionNegative" | "actionNeutral" | "actionPositive" | "actionSelect"
type ListItem
{ label:string } | { label:string, id:any } | {}

Notes

  • If label key does not exist, specify which key should be used as the label with labelKey property of OptionsPicker.
  • id is only required if selectedId/selectedIds needs to be used.
    • If id key does not exist, specify which key should be used as the id with idKey property of OptionsPicker.
type ListType
"listCheckbox" | "listPlain" | "listRadio"
type OptionsAlert
{
    ...OptionsCommon,
    ...OptionsAlert
}
Key Type Default Required Description
...OptionsCheckbox OptionsCheckbox See OptionsCheckbox
...OptionsCommon OptionsCommon See OptionsCommon
type OptionsCheckbox
{
    checkboxLabel?: string,
    checkboxDefaultValue?: boolean
}
Key Type Default Required Description
checkboxLabel string If set, then there is a checkbox shown at the bottom of the dialog with this label
checkboxDefaultValue boolean false The initial state of the checkbox. Does nothing if checkboxLabel is not set
type OptionsCommon
{
    cancelable?: boolean,
    content?: string,
    contentColor?: string,
    contentIsHtml?: boolean,
    forceStacking?: boolean
    linkColor?: ColorValue,
    negativeColor?: ColorValue,
    negativeText?: string,
    neutralColor?: ColorValue,
    neutralText?: string,
    positiveColor?: ColorValue,
    positiveText?: string, // default "OK"
    title?: string,
    titleColor?: ColorValue,
}
Key Type Default Required Description
cancelable boolean If tapping outside of dialog area, or hardware back button, should dismiss dialog.
content string Dialog message
contentColor ColorValue Color of dialog message
contentIsHtml boolean If dialog message should be parsed as html. (supported tags include: <a>, <img>, etc)
forceStacking boolean If you have multiple action buttons that together are too wide to fit on one line, the dialog will stack the buttons to be vertically oriented.
linkColor ColorValue If contentIsHtml is true, and content contains <a> tags, these are colored with this color
negativeColor ColorValue
negativeText string If falsy, button is not shown.
neutralColor ColorValue
neutralText string Shows button in far left with this string as label. If falsy, button is not shown.
positiveColor ColorValue
positiveText string If falsy, button is not shown.
title string Title of dialog
titleColor ColorValue Color of title
type OptionsProgress
{
    contentColor: $PropertyType<OptionsCommon, 'contentColor'>,
    contentIsHtml: $PropertyType<OptionsCommon, 'contentIsHtml'>,
    linkColor: $PropertyType<OptionsCommon, 'linkColor'>,
    style?: ProgressStyle,
    title: $PropertyType<OptionsCommon, 'title'>,
    titleColor: $PropertyType<OptionsCommon, 'titleColor'>',
    widgetColor: $PropertyType<OptionsCommon, 'widgetColor'>
}
Key Type Default Required Description
contentColor OptionsCommon#contentColor See OptionsCommon#contentColor
contentIsHtml OptionsCommon#contentIsHtml See OptionsCommon#contentIsHtml
linkColor OptionsCommon#linkColor See OptionsCommon#linkColor
style ProgressStyle See ProgressStyle
title OptionsCommon#title See OptionsCommon#title
titleColor OptionsCommon#titleColor See OptionsCommon#titleColor
widgetColor ColorValue Color of progress indicator
type OptionsPicker
{
    ...OptionsCommon,
    idKey?: string,
    items: ListItem[],
    labelKey?: string,
    neutralIsClear?: boolean,
    selectedId?: any,
    selectedIds?: any[],
    type?: string,
    widgetColor?: ColorValue
}
Key Type Default Required Description
OptionsCheckbox OptionsCheckbox See OptionsCheckbox
OptionsCommon OptionsCommon See OptionsCommon
idKey string "id"
items ListItem[] Yes See ListItem
labelKey string "label"
neutralIsClear boolean Pressing the neutral button causes the dialog to be closed and selectedItems to be an empty array. Only works if neutralText is also supplied.
selectedId any The respective radio will be selected on dialog show. If no such id is found, then nothing is selected. Only applicable if type is DialogAndroid.listRadio. Requires that items[] contain key described by idKey.
selectedIds any[] The respective checkbox will be selected on dialog show. If no such id is found, nothing is selected for that id. Only applicable if type is DialogAndroid.listCheckbox. Requires that items[] contain key described by idKey.
type ListType DialogAndroid.listPlain See ListType
widgetColor ColorValue Color of radio or checkbox
type OptionsPrompt
{
    ...OptionsCommon,
    widgetColor?: ColorValue
}
Key Type Default Required Description
OptionsCheckbox OptionsCheckbox See OptionsCheckbox
OptionsCommon OptionsCommon See OptionsCommon
widgetColor ColorValue Color of field underline and cursor
type ProgressStyle
"progressHorizontal"

Examples

To see the examples redone with checkboxLabel see this PR - Github :: aakashns/react-native-dialogs - #86

Progress Dialog

DialogAndroid.showProgress('Downloading...', {
    style: DialogAndroid.progressHorizontal // omit this to get circular
});
setTimeout(DialogAndroid.dismiss, 5000);

Basic List

const { selectedItem } = await DialogAndroid.showPicker('Pick a fruit', null, {
    items: [
        { label:'Apple', id:'apple' },
        { label:'Orange', id:'orange' },
        { label:'Pear', id:'pear' }
    ]
});
if (selectedItem) {
    // when negative button is clicked, selectedItem is not present, so it doesn't get here
    console.log('You selected item:', selectedItem);
}

Radio List

Set positiveText to null for auto-dismiss behavior on press of a radio button item.

const { selectedItem } = await DialogAndroid.showPicker('Pick a fruit', null, {
    // positiveText: null, // if positiveText is null, then on select of item, it dismisses dialog
    negativeText: 'Cancel',
    type: DialogAndroid.listRadio,
    selectedId: 'apple',
    items: [
        { label:'Apple', id:'apple' },
        { label:'Orange', id:'orange' },
        { label:'Pear', id:'pear' }
    ]
});
if (selectedItem) {
    // when negative button is clicked, selectedItem is not present, so it doesn't get here
    console.log('You picked:', selectedItem);
}
Without auto-dismiss

Here we pass in a string to positiveText, this prevents the auto-dismiss on select of a radio item.

const { selectedItem } = await DialogAndroid.showPicker('Pick a fruit', null, {
    positiveText: 'OK', // this is what makes disables auto dismiss
    negativeText: 'Cancel',
    type: DialogAndroid.listRadio,
    selectedId: 'apple',
    items: [
        { label:'Apple', id:'apple' },
        { label:'Orange', id:'orange' },
        { label:'Pear', id:'pear' }
    ]
});
if (selectedItem) {
    // when negative button is clicked, selectedItem is not present, so it doesn't get here
    console.log('You picked:', selectedItem);
}

Checklist

const { selectedItems } = await DialogAndroid.showPicker('Select multiple fruits', null, {
    type: DialogAndroid.listCheckbox,
    selectedIds: ['apple', 'orange'],
    items: [
        { label:'Apple', id:'apple' },
        { label:'Orange', id:'orange' },
        { label:'Pear', id:'pear' }
    ]
});
if (selectedItems) {
    if (!selectedItems.length) {
        console.log('You selected no items.');
    } else {
        console.log('You selected items:', selectedItems);
    }
}
With clear list button

We can make the neutral button be a special button. Pressing it will clear the list and close the dialog. If you want this behavior, set neutralIsClear to true and also set neutralText to a string. Both of these properties must be set.

const { selectedItems } = await DialogAndroid.showPicker('Select multiple fruits', null, {
    type: DialogAndroid.listCheckbox,
    selectedIds: ['apple', 'orange'],
    neutralIsClear: true, /////// added this
    neutralText: 'Clear', /////// added this
    items: [
        { label:'Apple', id:'apple' },
        { label:'Orange', id:'orange' },
        { label:'Pear', id:'pear' }
    ]
});
if (selectedItems) {
    if (!selectedItems.length) {
        console.log('You selected no items.');
    } else {
        console.log('You selected items:', selectedItems);
    }
}

Prompt

const { action, text } = await DialogAndroid.prompt('Title - optional', 'Message - optional');
if (action === DialogAndroid.actionPositive) {
    console.log(`You submitted: "${text}"`);
}

HTML

DialogAndroid.alert('Title', `This is a link <a href="https://www.duckduckgo.com/">DuckDuckGo</a>`, {
    contentIsHtml: true
});

assignDefaults

You can set some defaults so you don't have to change it everytime.

DialogAndroid.assignDefaults({
    title: 'Default Title',
    positiveText: null,
    contentColor: 'rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.2)',
    widgetColor: 'blue'
})

Now any time you omit or pass undefined to contentColor, widgetColor, or title, it will use the defaults we assigned here.

DialogAndroid.alert(undefined, 'message here')

This will show title "Default Title", with no positive button, and the color of the message will be 20% black. If you did Dialog.showProgress, the progress indicator would be blue. etc.

Contributors

Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):


Vojtech Novak

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Noitidart

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Alisson Carvalho

💻

Anthony Ou

💻

Ashley White

💻

Bee

💻

BrianSo

💻

Byron Wang

💻

Farzad Abdolhosseini

💻

Geoffrey Goh

🐛 💻

Gustavo Fão Valvassori

💻 🤔

Henrik

📖

heydabop

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Huang Yu

💻

Iragne

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Janic Duplessis

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jeffchienzabinet

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Jeremy Dagorn

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jykun

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Mattias Pfeiffer

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pureday

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Radek Czemerys

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Ricardo Fuhrmann

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Ross

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Vinicius Zaramella

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This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!

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