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react-native-rheostat

inspired by Airbnb's rheostat, a powerful slider with assorted data visualized charts

Features

  • Followed original repo rheostat to provide similar usage, includes algorithm and custom React component overrides for handles and progress bar.
  • Pure Javascript but optimized with Animated API, reduced times of re-render and data pass over the bridge.
  • Provide HOC wrapper withRheostat to allow you fully customize.
  • Built with styled-components, easily add your theme and styles.

Dependencies

This library uses react-native-svg and react-native-svg-charts for optional charts display. If you develop with native code,you need to run react-native link react-native-svg to link your native code, please see the Installation below

Installation

npm install --save react-native-rheostat

link native code, with Expo or create-react-native-app, just skip this:

react-native link react-native-svg

Usage

classic slider

ranged slider with snap points

const demoTwoValues = [20,50]
const demoSnaps = [0,20,30,40,50,60,70,80,100];
<Rheostat values={demoTwoValues} min={0} max={100} 
          snap snapPoints={demoSnaps}/>

single handle slider

const singleValues = [33];
<Rheostat values={singleValues} min={0} max={100} />

x-like slider with areaChart or barChart

rheostat with areaChart

const areaSvgData = [ 50, 10, 40, 85, 85, 91, 35,  53, 24]
const demoTwoValues = [480, 1040]
<AreaRheostat values={values} min={0} max={1440} svgData={areaSvgData}/>

rheostat with barChart

const demoTwoValues = [3, 9]
const barSvgData = [  50, 10, 40, 85, 85, 91, 35,  53, 24]
<BarRheostat values={values} min={0} max={1440} svgData={areaSvgData}/>

full component and event listeners binding

import React, {Component} from 'react';
import {Text, View, ScrollView} from 'react-native';
import Moment from 'moment';
import Rheostat, {AreaRheostat, BarRheostat} from "react-native-rheostat";

const areaSvgData = [ 50, 10, 40, 85, 85, 91, 35,  53, 24,
    50, 10, 40, 95, 85, 40,
    24]
const defaultProps = {
    snapPoints: [0,60,120,180,240,300,330,360,420,480,540,570,600,630,660,690,
        720,750,780,810,840,870,900,930,960,990,1020,1050,1080,1110,1140,1170,1200,
        1260,1320,1380,
        1440],
    values: [
        480, 1040
    ],
    svgData: [ 50, 50, 10, 10, 40, 40, 95,95, 85, 85, 91, 35, 53, 53, 24, 50,
        50, 10, 40, 95, 85, 91, 35, 53,  24, 50,
        50, 10, 40, 95, 85, 91, 35, 53,  50, 50,
        50, 10, 40, 95, 91, 91, 24, 24,  50, 50,
        10, 10,  ]
};
export default class RheostatExample extends Component {
    constructor(props) {
        super(props);
        this.state = {
            scrollEnabled: true,
            timeRange:{
                values: [10, 80]
            }
        }
    }
    onRheostatValUpdated = (payload) => {
        this.setState({
            timeRange: payload
        })
    }
    onSliderDragStart = () => {
        this.setState({scrollEnabled:false})
    }
    onSliderDragEnd = () => {
        this.setState({scrollEnabled:true})
    }
    render() {
        return (
            <ScrollView contentContainerStyle={{paddingTop: 20, paddingHorizontal:15}} scrollEnabled={this.state.scrollEnabled}>
                    <Text style={{fontWeight:'800'}}>Example</Text>
                    <View style={{flex:1, paddingTop: 20, paddingBottom: 80}}>
                        <Text style={{marginTop: 15}}>
                                {Moment.utc().startOf('day').add(this.state.timeRange.values[0], 'minutes').format('hh:mm A')}
                                -
                                {Moment.utc().startOf('day').add(this.state.timeRange.values[1], 'minutes').format('hh:mm A')}
                        </Text>
                        <Rheostat values={this.props.values} min={0} max={1440}
                                  snapPoints={this.props.snapPoints}
                                  snap={true}
                                  onValuesUpdated={this.onRheostatValUpdated}
                                  onSliderDragStart={this.onSliderDragStart}
                                  onSliderDragEnd={this.onSliderDragEnd}

                        />
                        <BarRheostat values={this.props.values} min={0} max={1440}
                                     snap={true} snapPoints={this.props.snapPoints}
                                     svgData = {this.props.svgData}
                                     onValuesUpdated={this.onRheostatValUpdated}/>
                        <AreaRheostat values={this.props.values} min={0} max={1440}
                                      svgData = {areaSvgData}
                        />
                    </View>
                </ScrollView>
        )
    }
}
RheostatExample.defaultProps = defaultProps;

change appearance with styled-components

As recommended by Shared Component Libraries, import the custom themeProvider RheostatThemeProvider for namespacing and avoid theme variables name clashes.

import { AreaRheostat, BarRheostat, RheostatThemeProvider } from 'react-native-rheostat';
const theme = {
    // No namespacing needed
    themeColor: '#ffbd45',
    grey: '#fafafa'
    // ...
}

<View>
        <Text style={{fontWeight:'800'}}>Example with styled-component</Text>
        <RheostatThemeProvider theme={theme}>
            <View>
                <BarRheostat values={this.props.values} min={0} max={1440}
                             svgData = {areaSvgData}
                />
                <AreaRheostat values={this.props.values} min={0} max={1440}
                              theme={{ rheostat: { themeColor: '#8bc34a', grey: '#fafafa' } }}
                              svgData = {areaSvgData}
                />
            </View>
        </RheostatThemeProvider>
</View>

Examples

cd example
npm i
react-native link react-native-svg  
react-native run-ios

Advances

You can pass your own customized chart component to the withRheostat higher order component.

import { withRheostat } from 'react-native-rheostat';
import AreaChart from 'react-native-rheostat/src/charts/AreaChart'
import {
    Defs, LinearGradient, Stop,
} from 'react-native-svg';

const CustomAreaChart = (props) => (<AreaChart chartColor='url(#gradient)' {...props} >
    <Defs key='gredient-refs'>
        <LinearGradient id="gradient" x1="0%" y="0%" x2="0%" y2="100%">
            <Stop offset="50%" stopColor='green' stopOpacity={0.5} />
            <Stop offset="100%" stopColor='green' stopOpacity={1} />
        </LinearGradient>
    </Defs>
</AreaChart>)
const CustomAreaRheostat= withRheostat(CustomAreaChart)
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