victory components for react native
boygirl Merge pull request #393 from FormidableLabs/bug/reexports
make sure victory-native exports everything victory exports
Latest commit 28eb1f5 Oct 16, 2018

Victory Native


Install victory-native:

$ npm install victory-native --save

Install react-native-svg:

$ npm install react-native-svg --save

Link react-native:

$ react-native link react-native-svg

victory-native@^30.0.0 requires react-native-svg@6.1.xor react-native-svg@^6.5.0

Please see Peer Dependencies and Version Requirements for requirements for previous versions of victory-native

Import charts from victory-native. For example,

import React, { Component } from "react";

import { VictoryBar } from "victory-native";

class App extends Component {
  render() {
    return (
      <VictoryBar />

export default App;

Peer Dependencies and Version Requirements

Note: victory-native requires the following peer dependencies:

  • react-native-svg
  • react
  • react-native

Note: react-native-svg has strict version requirements for both react and react-native. Please match versions to those required by react-native-svg. See the up-to-date requirements on the react-native-svg Readme. We encourage you to use the latest version of react-native-svg possible for your project, as victory-native issues are frequently solved by react-native-svg bugfixes.

  • victory-native@^30.0.0 requires react-native-svg@6.1.x or react-native-svg@^6.5.0
  • victory-native@^0.16.2 requires react-native-svg@6.1.x or react-native-svg@^6.5.0
  • victory-native@~0.16.0 requires react-native-svg@6.0.0 No longer supported
  • victory-native@~0.15.0 requires react-native-svg@^5.0.0 No longer supported

Local Development and Demo

If you'd like to contribute to victory-native, you can use the local demo app to test your changes on the iOS simulator. (But if you're just getting started with victory-native and want to see a demo, we recommend using victory-native-demo, as it supports Android and is simpler to set up.)

# Install
$ npm install -g react-native-cli # if you haven't already
$ git clone
$ cd victory-native
$ npm install

# Start the react-native packager in a terminal that will remain running
$ npm start

# Run the demo from a new terminal window
$ npm run demo:ios

Changes to lib will be reflected in the demo app.

Do not run npm install in the demo/ directory, or the packager packager will crash due to "duplicate @providesModule declarations" found in node_modules/ and demo/node_modules.


See the docs and examples on the website

Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct

Please review our Code of Conduct before contributing.