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Stateful animations in React Native.





npm version

You define the behavior states of the component, and then animate between them.


import Behavior from '@exodus/haraka'

box = React.createRef()

    { opacity: 1 }, // state 0, or just `{}` since the default opacity is 1
    { opacity: 0.5 }, // state 1
    { rotate: '45deg' } // state 2
    { translateX: 10, translateY: 10 } // state 3
    { scale: 1.1 } // state 4

// .. // animates the opacity of the box from 1 to 0.5 // rotates the faded box 45 degrees // move the tilted faded box right and down by 10 points // scale the shifted tilted faded box by a factor of 1.1[1, 2, 3, 4]) // plays a sequence of behavior states

// or use the declarative API instead of `goTo()`
<Behavior currentState={0} />
<Behavior currentState={1} />


yarn add @exodus/haraka


type DefaultConfig = { // goTo() default configuration
  type?: 'spring' | 'timing', // default = 'spring', `Animated.spring()` or `Animated.timing()`
  onComplete?: func, // to be executed once animation is completed, inside `.start()`
  delay?: number, // used to delay the start of the animation (ms)
  ref?: bool, // this will return the animation reference instead of playing it immediately
  unmount? bool, // unmount after animation ends
  // can be useful for animating multiple behaviors with `Animated.sequence()` and `Animated.parallel()`
  // `onStart` and `onComplete `are ignored when `ref` is enabled
  ...AnimatedSpringOptions, // excluding toValue, useNativeDriver (see React Native docs), spring type
  ...AnimatedTimingOptions, // excluding toValue, useNativeDriver (see React Native docs), timing type

type State = {
  opacity?: number, // [0, 1], default = 1
  rotate?: string, // e.g. '45deg', default = '0deg'
  scale?: number, // default = 1
  translateX?: number, // default = 0
  translateY?: number, // default = 0
  config?: DefaultConfig, // you can pass custom state config here

type StyleProp = {
  prop: string,
  default: string | number | null,
  transform: bool,

type Behavior = {
  config?: DefaultConfig,
  clearStyleProps?: bool, // removes all default style props on mount and utilizes whatever in `styleProps` only
  disabled?: bool, // allows disabling the behavior interactivity through pointerEvents = none
  state?: State[], // default value is [{}, {}], [{}] can be used for a static behavior
  nativeDriver?: AnimatedValue, // default = new Animated.Value(0), you can use a custom native driver
  children?: any, // behavior component can enclose other components or enclose another behavior(s)
  clamp?: bool, // default = false, prevent animations from exceeding their ranges
  keys?: number[], // can be used with custom drivers to define custom state keys/indices
  currentState?: number, // default = 0, use to declaratively toggle animation
  initialState?: number, // default = 0
  skipProps?: string[], // default = [], allows filtering passed props from being included in styles
  skipStyleProps?: string[], // default = [], allows dropping unused style props
  style?: object, // style of the behavior view, default = {}, AnimatedViewStyle (see React Native docs)
  styleProps?: StyleProp[], // default = [], allows adding any type of style props manually
  unmounted?: bool, // default = false, start behavior in the unmounted state
  // animation presets (they populate `state` prop which will be ignored):
  faded?: bool, // default = false, see below for available presets
  // layout presets (they populate `style` prop):
  absolute?: bool, // default = false, see below for available presets
  centered?: bool, // default = false
  fixed?: bool, // default = false
  full?: bool, // default = false
  landing?: bool, // default = false

// animation presets
const presets = {
  faded: [{ opacity: 0 }, { opacity: 1 }],

// layout presets, you can use multiple, along with `style` prop, they have a higher priority over it
const layoutPresets = {
  absolute: { bottom: 0, left: 0, position: 'absolute', right: 0, top: 0 },
  centered: { alignSelf: 'center' },
  fixed: { position: 'absolute' },
  full: { flex: 1 },
  landing: { alignItems: 'center', flex: 1, justifyContent: 'center' },

// methods
// animate to a specific behavior state
behavior.goTo(index: number | number[], config?: DefaultConfig = {})

behavior.unmount() // useful for removing components that are hidden after animation
behavior.mount(state: ?number) // useful for animations that start in a hidden state
// use along with `unmounted` prop and `mount()`

behavior.key // to retrieve current state key

behavior.setNativeProps({} : Props) // gives you the ability to change props without having to re-render


Available here.