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React Native component used to select a single value from a range of values.




|iOS|Android|Windows|Web| |:-:|:-:|:-:|:-:| |iOS Screenshot|Android Screenshot|Windows Screenshot|Web Screenshot|

Installation & Usage

To install this module cd to your project directory and enter the following command:

yarn add @react-native-community/slider


npm install @react-native-community/slider --save

If using iOS please remember to install cocoapods by running: npx pod-install

The following code presents the basic usage scenario of this library:

import Slider from '@react-native-community/slider';

  style={{width: 200, height: 40}}

Check out the example project for more examples.

Migrating from the core react-native module

This module was created when the Slider was split out from the core of React Native. To migrate to this module you need to follow the installation instructions above and then change you imports from:

import { Slider } from 'react-native';


import Slider from '@react-native-community/slider';

React Native Compatibility

To use this library you need to ensure you are using the correct version of React Native.

| @react-native-community/slider version | Required React Native Version | | ---------------------------------------- | ----------------------------- | | 4.3.0 | >=0.64 | | 4.x.x | >=0.60; >=0.62 (on Windows); | | 3.1.x | >=0.60 | | 2.x.x | >= 0.60 | | 1.x.x | <= 0.59 |


| Property | Description | Type | Required | Platform | | -------- | ----------- | ---- | -------- | -------- | | style | Used to style and layout the Slider. See StyleSheet.js and ViewStylePropTypes.js for more info. | | No | | | disabled| If true the user won't be able to move the slider.Default value is false. | bool | No | | | maximumValue | Initial maximum value of the slider.Default value is 1. | number | No | | | minimumTrackTintColor | The color used for the track to the left of the button.Overrides the default blue gradient image on iOS. | color | No | | | minimumValue | Initial minimum value of the slider.Default value is 0. | number | No | | | lowerLimit | Slide lower limit. The user won't be able to slide below this limit. | number | No | Android, iOS, Web | | upperLimit | Slide upper limit. The user won't be able to slide above this limit. | number | No | Android, iOS, Web | | onSlidingStart | Callback that is called when the user picks up the slider.The initial value is passed as an argument to the callback handler. | function | No | | | onSlidingComplete | Callback that is called when the user releases the slider, regardless if the value has changed.The current value is passed as an argument to the callback handler. | function | No | | | onValueChange | Callback continuously called while the user is dragging the slider. | function | No | | | step | Step value of the slider. The value should be between 0 and (maximumValue - minimumValue). Default value is 0.On Windows OS the default value is 1% of slider's range (from minimumValue to maximumValue). | number | No | | | maximumTrackTintColor | The color used for the track to the right of the button.Overrides the default gray gradient image on iOS. | color | No | | | testID | Used to locate this view in UI automation tests. | string | No | | | value | Write-only property representing the value of the slider. Can be used to programmatically control the position of the thumb. Entered once at the beginning still acts as an initial value. Changing the value programmatically does not trigger any event.The value should be between minimumValue and maximumValue, which default to 0 and 1 respectively. Default value is 0.This is not a controlled component, you don't need to update the value during dragging. | number | No | | | tapToSeek | Permits tapping on the slider track to set the thumb position.Defaults to false on iOS. No effect on Android or Windows. | bool | No | iOS | | inverted | Reverses the direction of the slider.Default value is false. | bool | No | | | vertical | Changes the orientation of the slider to vertical, if set to true.Default value is false. | bool | No | Windows | | thumbTintColor | Color of the foreground switch grip.NOTE: This prop will override the thumbImage prop set, meaning that if both thumbImage and thumbTintColor will be set, image used for the thumb may not be displayed correctly! | color | No | Android | | maximumTrackImage | Assigns a maximum track image. Only static images are supported. The leftmost pixel of the image will be stretched to fill the track. | Image.propTypes.source | No | iOS | | minimumTrackImage | Assigns a minimum track image. Only static images are supported. The rightmost pixel of the image will be stretched to fill the track. | Image.propTypes.source | No | iOS | | thumbImage | Sets an image for the thumb. Only static images are supported. Needs to be a URI of a local or network image; base64-encoded SVG is not supported. | Image.propTypes.source | No | | | trackImage | Assigns a single image for the track. Only static images are supported. The center pixel of the image will be stretched to fill the track. | Image.propTypes.source | No | iOS | | | ⚠️ Experimental: StepMarker | Component to be rendered for each step on the track,with the possibility to change the styling, when thumb is at that given step | FC<MarkerProps>, where MarkerProps: {stepMarked: boolean} | No | iOS, Android, Windows | | ⚠️ Experimental: renderStepNumber | Turns on the displaying of numbers of steps.Numbers of steps are displayed under the track | bool | No | iOS, Android, Windows | | ref | Reference object. | MutableRefObject | No | web | | View | Inherited View props... | | | |

Roadmap and Progress

There's a Project board available here which contains all reported issues organized into columns regarding their status.

If you are interested in knowing whether the issue you reported is handled or just to check the status of a feature you would like to have in Slider, please check the board.


The main package implementation is done in the package/ directory. So when implementing changes there, make sure your code passes ESLint and the tests. Run the following to verify:

cd package/
npm run lint
npm run test
  • Remember to cover your changes with tests if possible.

When creating an issue please remember to specify the platform which the issue occurs on.

Running the example app

While developing, you can run the example app to test your changes.


  • Clone the repository
  • Run npm install in the root directory to install dependencies.
  • Run npm run example-<platform>, where platform can be: ios, android, windows

You can also do this manually by:

  • Installing node modules for example app
  • Installing pods for iOS app
  • Running example app like always: npx react-native run-<platform>

New architecture setup (Fabric)

In order to use the new architecture some extra steps are needed.


  • Install pods with new arch flag inside example/ios folder: RCT_NEW_ARCH_ENABLED=1 pod install
  • Run npm run example-ios


  • Set newArchEnabled to true inside example/android/
  • Run npm run example-android

Inside example/android/app/src/main/jni/ add these lines:

+ include $(NODE_MODULES_DIR)/@react-native-community/slider/android/build/generated/source/codegen/jni/
include $(CLEAR_VARS)
    libreact_codegen_rncore \
+   libreact_codegen_ReactSlider \
    libreact_debug \

Inside example/android/app/src/main/jni/MainComponentsRegistry.cpp update these lines:

#include <react/renderer/components/rncore/ComponentDescriptors.h>
+ #include <react/renderer/components/ReactSlider/ComponentDescriptors.h>


MainComponentsRegistry::sharedProviderRegistry() {
  auto providerRegistry = CoreComponentsRegistry::sharedProviderRegistry();

  // Custom Fabric Components go here. You can register custom
  // components coming from your App or from 3rd party libraries here.
  // providerRegistry->add(concreteComponentDescriptorProvider<
  //        AocViewerComponentDescriptor>());
+ providerRegistry->add(concreteComponentDescriptorProvider<RNCSliderComponentDescriptor>());

  return providerRegistry;



This module was extracted from react-native core. Please, refer to contributors graph for the complete list of contributors.

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