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Add your own component inside this lightweight KeyboardStickyView

Add your own component inside this lightweight KeyboardStickyView

rn-keyboard-sticky-view

Add your own component inside this lightweight KeyboardStickyView, whether it be TextInput, Buttons, or who knows what! Supports both Android and iOS.

This component accomplishes the desired outcome using KeyboardAvoidingView provided by react-native, without the complicated animation code.

Preview

iOS Demo Android Demo
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Installation

npm i rn-keyboard-sticky-view

or

yarn add rn-keyboard-sticky-view

Example

import React from 'react';
import { StyleSheet, TextInput } from 'react-native';
import KeyboardStickyView from 'rn-keyboard-sticky-view';

const KeyboardInput = (props) => {
  const [value, setValue] = React.useState('');

  return (
    <KeyboardStickyView style={styles.keyboardView}>
      <TextInput
        value={value}
        onChangeText={setValue}
        onSubmitEditing={() => alert(value)}
        placeholder="Write something..."
        style={styles.input}
      />
    </KeyboardStickyView>
  );
}

const styles = StyleSheet.create({
  keyboardView: { ... },
  input: { ... }
});

export default KeyboardInput;

Props

Props Type Description Default
style object Style of the KeyboardStickyView (background, border, etc.) {}
children node Content of the KeyboardStickyView null

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