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@react-native-community/progress-view

v1.3.1

Published

React Native Progress View iOS Library

Downloads

163,690

Readme

@react-native-community/progress-view

Build Status Windows CI Status Version Platforms MIT License Lean Core Badge

ProgressBar Component for macOS, iOS (based on UIProgressView), Android, and Windows.

| macOS | iOS | Android | Windows | | ----- | --- | --- | ---- | | | | | > |

Getting started

npm install @react-native-community/progress-view --save

or

yarn add @react-native-community/progress-view

Linking

  • React Native 0.60+

The package is automatically linked when building the app. All you need to do is:

npx pod-install
  • React Native <= 0.59

Run the following commands

react-native link @react-native-community/progress-view

Windows

Add the progress-view project to your solution.
  1. Open the solution in Visual Studio 2019
  2. Right-click Solution icon in Solution Explorer > Add > Existing Project Select node_modules\@react-native-community\progress-view\windows\progress-view\progress-view.vcxproj
windows/myapp.sln

Add a reference to progress-view to your main application project. From Visual Studio 2019:

Right-click main application project > Add > Reference... Check progress-view from Solution Projects.

pch.h

Add #include "winrt/progress_view.h".

app.cpp

Add PackageProviders().Append(winrt::progress_view::ReactPackageProvider()); before InitializeComponent();.

Manual installation

IOS

  1. In XCode, in the project navigator, right click LibrariesAdd Files to [your project's name]
  2. Go to node_modules@react-native-community/progress-view and add RNCProgressView.xcodeproj
  3. In XCode, in the project navigator, select your project. Add libRNCProgressView.a to your project's Build PhasesLink Binary With Libraries
  4. Run your project (Cmd+R)

Usage

Import ProgressView from @react-native-community/progress-view

import {ProgressView} from "@react-native-community/progress-view";

Add ProgressView like this

<ProgressView
          progressTintColor="orange"
          trackTintColor="blue"
          progress={0.7}
/>

Running Example App

Windows

  1. Clone branch
  2. cd into progress_view and run yarn install
  3. run yarn add [email protected] --dev (React Native Windows relies on a version of react-native lower than iOS)
  4. Start metro server with yarn start:windows
  5. Open Visual Studios and open example/windows/ProgressViewExample.sln
  6. Set to Debug x64 and start solution

IOS

  1. Clone branch
  2. cd into progress-view and run yarn install
  3. cd into example/ios and run pod install
  4. cd back into progress-view and run yarn ios

macOS

  1. Clone branch
  2. cd into progress-view and run yarn install
  3. cd into example/macos/example/macos and run pod install
  4. Open the newly created example.xcworkspace in Xcode, build, and run

Reference

Props


Reference

Props

progress

The progress value (between 0 and 1).

| Type | Required | | ------ | -------- | | number | No |


progressImage

A stretchable image to display as the progress bar.

| Type | Required | | ---------------------- | -------- | | Image.propTypes.source | No |


progressTintColor

The tint color of the progress bar itself.

| Type | Required | | ------ | -------- | | string | No |


progressViewStyle

The progress bar style. Network images only work on Windows.

| Type | Required | | ---------------------- | -------- | | enum('default', 'bar') | No |


trackImage

A stretchable image to display behind the progress bar. Network images only work on Windows.

| Type | Required | | ---------------------- | -------- | | Image.propTypes.source | No |


trackTintColor

The tint color of the progress bar track.

| Type | Required | | ------ | -------- | | string | No |

isIndeterminate

Turns progress bar into an indeterminate progress bar

| Type | Required | Platform | | ------ | -------- | -------- | | bool | No | Windows |

Contributors

License

The library is released under the MIT license. For more information see LICENSE.