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Customizable modal components with check options in React Native

Customizable modal components with check options in React Native

react-native-awesome-alert

This package offers customizable modal components with ✔️check options in React Native

INSTALLATION

npm

Run npm install react-native-awesome-alert --save

yarn

Run yarn add react-native-awesome-alert

DEMO

  • Works well on both iOS and Android
  • Fully customizable style (example below)


    Image

API

Props

The props for react-native-awesome-alert share similarities with react-native-check-box (author : crazycodeboy)

Prop Type Default Description
styles object AwesomeAlert.style.js please refer to STYLING section 😁
modalProps object original react-native Modal Props. please refer to offcial Document
leftCheck bool true set where the checkbox will be located. default is left
checkedImage element Default image Custom checked Image
unCheckedImage element Default image Custom unchecked Image
checkBoxColor string black Tint color of the checkbox image

Methods

  • alert(title, messageView, buttons)
Arguments type default optional
title string none false
messageView element none false
buttons array none false
  • neverAskAlert(title, messagesView, buttons, checkText = " ")
Arguments type default optional
title string none false
messageView element none false
buttons array none false
checkText string " " true
  • randomAskAlert(title, messagesView, buttons, checkText = " ", invisibleTime)
Arguments type default optional
title string none false
messageView element none false
buttons array none false
checkText string " " true
invisibleTime number(minute) none false

HOW TO USE


import CheckAlert from "react-native-awesome-alert"

const NeverAskView = (
  <View style={styles.sampleView}>
    <Text style={styles.sampleViewText}>This is "Do not ask again" checkable alert</Text>
  </View>
)

...

export default class App extends Component {

  onPressSimpleAlert() {
    this.checkAlert.alert("Hello!!", SimpleView, [
      { text: "OK", onPress: () => console.log("OK touch") },
      { text: "Cancel", onPress: () => console.log("Cancel touch") }
    ])
  }

  onPresshNeverAskAlert() {
    this.checkAlert.neverAskAlert(
      "Hello CheckAlert",
      NeverAskView,
      [
        { text: "OK", onPress: () => console.log("OK touch"), id: "helloAlert" },
        { text: "Cancel", onPress: () => console.log("Cancel touch") }
      ],
      "Do not ask again"
    )
  }

  onPresshNot24HAlert() {
    this.checkAlert.randomAskAlert(
      "Hello CheckAlert",
      RandomAskView,
      [
        { text: "OK", onPress: () => console.log("OK touch"), id: "helloAlert2" },
        { text: "Cancel", onPress: () => console.log("Cancel touch") }
      ],
      "Do not ask for 3 minutes",
      3
    )
  }

  render() {
    return (
      <View style={styles.container}>
        <CheckAlert
          styles={{
            modalContainer: { backgroundColor: "rgba(49,49,49,0.8)" },
            checkBox: { padding: 10 },
            modalView: { marginBottom: 10, borderRadius: 0 }
          }}
          ref={ref => (this.awesomAlert = ref)}
          // available Modal's props options: https://facebook.github.io/react-native/docs/modal.html
          modalProps={{
            transparent: true,
            animationType: "slide",
            onShow: () => alert("onShow!")
          }}
          checkBoxColor="red"
        />
        <TouchableOpacity style={styles.touchButton} onPress={this.onPressSimpleAlert.bind(this)}>
          <Text style={styles.toucaButtonTxt}>simple Alert</Text>
        </TouchableOpacity>
        <TouchableOpacity
          style={styles.touchButton}
          onPress={this.onPresshNeverAskAlert.bind(this)}
        >
          <Text style={styles.toucaButtonTxt}>neverAsk Alert</Text>
        </TouchableOpacity>
        <TouchableOpacity style={styles.touchButton} onPress={this.onPresshNot24HAlert.bind(this)}>
          <Text style={styles.toucaButtonTxt}>randomAsk Alert</Text>
        </TouchableOpacity>
      </View>
    )
  }
}

The method is similar to React Native's Alert, however be careful when passing the button's id. The id is used like a primary Key in a local DB, and will cause a warning if the id is not passed properly.

STYLING

export default {
    modalContainer : { 
        flex: 1,
        backgroundColor: 'rgba(49,49,49, 0.7)',
        justifyContent: 'center',
        alignItems: 'center'
    },
    modalView: { 
        backgroundColor: '#rgb(235,233,227)',
        borderRadius: 15,
        width: 275,
        borderColor: 'black',
        borderWidth: StyleSheet.hairlineWidth
    },
    checkBox: {
        marginBottom: 10
    },
    checkBoxText: {
        marginLeft: 4,
        alignSelf: 'center',
        fontSize: 15,
        justifyContent: 'center'
    },
    titleText: {
        fontSize: 17,
        fontWeight: '600',
        padding: 15, 
        alignSelf: 'center'
    },
    buttonContainer: {
        flexDirection: 'row',
        justifyContent: 'flex-end',
        borderColor: 'gray',
        borderTopWidth: StyleSheet.hairlineWidth
    },
    buttonText: {
        fontSize: 17
    },
    button: {
        justifyContent: 'center', 
        alignItems: 'center', 
        padding: 15,
        borderColor: 'gray'
    }
}

The above keys are used for styling the entire view. You just pass the object value like this

<AwesomeAlert
    styles={{
      modalContainer: { backgroundColor: "rgba(49,49,49,0.8)" },
      checkBox: { padding: 10 },
      modalView: { marginBottom: 10, borderRadius: 0 }
    }}
/>

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • If the alert is set to not be visible again, the action of the button with the ID is executed.
  • The checkbox is activated only when the button with the ID is pressed.

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