1.0.23 • Public • Published

Build forms, surveys and polls for React Native apps.

Why this product was created?

We created NativeForms to save you countless hours of boring development of forms. Our product offers advanced solutions to all your problems and let you focus on things that are really important in your app.

How does it work?

After creating account, you get access to admin panel where you manage all your forms. Each form has unique address, that you can use both on mobile and web. Each time form is completed, you receive email notification. All completed forms will be visible in admin panel. You can export collected data to file format of your choice.

1. Installation

yarn add native-forms
// or
npm install native-forms --save

2. Basic Usage

  1. Import component.
import NativeForms from 'native-forms';
  1. Use this component in your render() method.

This code will display form in your application. You can create your own forms here.

3. Full Example

Basic flow of NativeForms in your application.

import React, {useState} from 'react';  
import { Button, StyleSheet, Text, View } from 'react-native';  
import NativeForms from 'native-forms';  
const App = () => {  
  const [hasForm, showForm] = useState(false);  
  const show = () => showForm(true);  
  const hide = () => showForm(false);  
  return (  
    <View style={styles.container}>  
      <Button title="Show Form" onPress={show} color="#20f" />  
      {hasForm && (  
const styles = StyleSheet.create({  
  container: {  
    flex: 1,  
    backgroundColor: '#fff',  
    alignItems: 'center',  
    justifyContent: 'center',  
export default App;

You can create your own forms here.

4. Demo


5. Props

Name Type Required Note
form String Yes URL of form to display.
onClose Function No Called when user decides to close the form.
onSend Function No Called when completed form was sent.
email String No Email of person that will complete form (it will be displayed in admin panel).
name String No Name of person that will complete form.

Example of using props:

  onSend={() => console.log("Form completed")}  
  onClose={() => console.log("User cancels forms")}
  name="John Smith"

6. Live Preview

  1. Codesandbox
  2. Expo
  3. Codepen


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