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Paul Matyukov
@matpaul
Hello all! There is an issue with reloading -> I have screen component (CheckLogin) it make decision: show app or show login - so every time when i reload(dev mode) - all viewControllers in coordinator still exist and push one more. Maybe i do something wrong? Also i want to try implement Tabs without native part - any advices where to start?)
Madhava Jay
@madhavajay
// index.ios.tsx
import Home from './home'
import Login from './login'
import Navigator from 'native-navigation'

Navigator.registerScreen('demo', () => Login)
Navigator.registerScreen('Home', () => Home)

// login.tsx
import * as React from 'react'
import Navigator from 'native-navigation'
import {
  Alert,
  AppRegistry,
  Button,
  Text,
  View
  } from 'react-native'
import { styles } from './styles'

export interface Props {}
export interface State {}

export default class LoginScreen extends React.Component<Props, State> {
  render() {
    const onPressFunction = () => {
      console.log('clicked')
      Navigator.present('Home')
    }

    return (
      <View style={styles.container}>
        <View>
          <Text style={styles.welcome}>
            Welcome to React Native! (in TypeScript)
          </Text>
          <Text style={styles.instructions}>Please Login Below</Text>
          <View style={styles.buttonContainer}>
            <Button
              onPress={onPressFunction}
              color="black"
              title="Login"
              accessibilityLabel="Login"
            />
          </View>
        </View>
      </View>
    )
  }
}
I see login but Navigator.present('Home') does nothing...?
console.log('clicked') appears in the debug window
anyone got an idea?
Emiel van Liere
@emielvanliere
@hpstuff did you figure out how to use pushNative?
Rumen Rusanov
@hpstuff
unfortunately no, I didn't have time lately but I will dive deep into this soon If no one can help.
Rumen Rusanov
@hpstuff
Hello folks here I want to share with you simple example of how we can push native viewcontrollers from js https://gist.github.com/hpstuff/e190ac160355a15a02eea6fd4c60c0b7 is only for iOS if anyone have time can search for how this can be done in Android.
Sat Mandir S. Khalsa
@smkhalsa
@lelandrichardson Any update on the project? Can we expect further development any time soon?
Ben Kraus
@benkraus
Zain Sajjad
@zsajjad93_twitter
Hey, is there any getting started guide. I don't have experience of native mobile app development.
esam091
@esam091
If you don't have native development experience, reactnavigation.org would be a simpler choice
it works out of the box without any setup
Zain Sajjad
@zsajjad93_twitter
Yes i have already used it. I want to integrate lottie in our app in future and we're in the process of complete re-write.
Adrian Thomas
@adriandeveloper
Just saw a post about this on Medium. Sad that this isn’t actively being worked on since this has the potential to be th de-facto Navigation for React Native. This is an article I read that states how to integrate native-navigation with react navigation. Hope this is useful to someone. https://medium.com/@ericvicenti/playing-with-react-navigation-and-airbnbs-native-navigation-4e49fc765489
preetam patil
@preetampatil3d
Currently i am using react-native-router-flux with redux but facing lots of problems such as adding custom drawer (Somehow i have manages) but its really hard to customize navbar. So planning to switch 75% developed app to native-navigation.
So wanted to ask that how difficult is to migrate. ?
esam091
@esam091
do you want the navbar to use custom view?
it's also difficult in native-navigation
you'll get better chance using wix's react-native-navigation
preetam patil
@preetampatil3d
is it easy to migrate?
esam091
@esam091
I think it would require some time and effort to migrate since they have different architecture
and you will also need some native development knowledge
if your app is a pure React Native app, you can just use react-navigation
JohnWatsonDev
@johnwatsondev
Hello, everyone. I have some question about the source of react-navigation. Anybody can help me? Thanks in advance.
Joohong Kim
@aJoohongKim
I am very interesting in using native-navigation and working hard to run in my project.
Joohong Kim
@aJoohongKim
I've done it with my project..
Christian Jost
@cjost1988
Hey guys, I want to start a new react-native application and now trying to find out which library fits best to add navigation experience to the app. In my very first impression airbnb/native-navigation looks exactly the direction I want to head to, but what I noticed was, that the repository has its last changes a year ago and it's also marked as beta. Is there still a progress? Or did the progress stopped for this project and the overall recommendation is using wix/react-native-navigation?