9 thoughts on “How would I use react-native-router-flux with this?

  1. Yes, we are infact using that router for one of our projects. What we are doing is, we have a Router component at the root of our project. We define the scenes/routes in our router and for that, we don’t need the Container component. We only use the container where we define our views, not the routes.

  2. Hi,

    I think providing a concrete example, or a “full app” working with react-native-router-flux & NativeBase could be great for this project! This will make easier to new people to jump in.

  3. Yes, that is actually on our to-do list. A full boilerplate app with native-base, react-native-router-flux and redux

  4. I’m waiting to switch to the new official navigation system once it is released, but in the mean time I am wrapping my scenes in a container, and then adding sceneStyle={{ paddingTop: … }} to my Router, with different values for android and iOS.
    So each of my scenes looks like:

    <Container>
      <Content>
        ...
      </Content>
      <Footer>
        ...
      </Footer>
    </Container>
    

    As far as I can tell it works nicely, but I haven’t tried it with too many devices, just my iPhone 7 Plus.

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9 thoughts on “How would I use react-native-router-flux with this?

  1. Yes, we are infact using that router for one of our projects. What we are doing is, we have a Router component at the root of our project. We define the scenes/routes in our router and for that, we don’t need the Container component. We only use the container where we define our views, not the routes.

  2. Hi,

    I think providing a concrete example, or a “full app” working with react-native-router-flux & NativeBase could be great for this project! This will make easier to new people to jump in.

  3. Yes, that is actually on our to-do list. A full boilerplate app with native-base, react-native-router-flux and redux

  4. I don’t understand how this uses react-native-router-flux ? I don’t see it anywhere in that example.

  5. I’m waiting to switch to the new official navigation system once it is released, but in the mean time I am wrapping my scenes in a container, and then adding sceneStyle={{ paddingTop: … }} to my Router, with different values for android and iOS.
    So each of my scenes looks like:

    <Container>
      <Content>
        ...
      </Content>
      <Footer>
        ...
      </Footer>
    </Container>
    

    As far as I can tell it works nicely, but I haven’t tried it with too many devices, just my iPhone 7 Plus.

Comments are closed.