Demonstrates the various capabilities of react-native-tab-view: https://github.com/react-native-community/react-native-tab-view
This is an awesome package. Thank you for putting this together. I ran into a little trouble though. I was looking for the source code of the "ScrollView" example, but failed to find it in the `/example` directory ? Can you point me to the right link/example ? I am sorry if I did missed something obvious. Thanks!
@ghoshabhi I just happened to find it heh. In case someone ends up here in the future with the same question, here it is: https://github.com/react-native-community/react-native-tab-view/blob/bd23c1822df5e4e36329dc0756246a065b6c03ac/example/src/ScrollViewsExample.js
@andrearosr Sorry for replying late. But yes, that is the exact link. It has been removed officially from the `master` branch. But a similar example is here: https://github.com/react-native-community/react-native-tab-view/blob/master/example/src/TopBarTextExample.js or TopBarIconExample.js. They are slightly better. Beware there is an issue with the default pager used on android. I have reported the issue over here: https://github.com/react-native-community/react-native-tab-view/issues/474! This is only related if you're going to open a child view from a list on the tabview. The issue also has example repo with a solution! Cheers!
I tried this one and it is flawless,smooth and easy to implement. I look forward to add elements within each page of slider, I hope its easy as well. Overall its a really impressive work.
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