Bindings for using react-navigation with react-native-magic-move 🐰🎩✨
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react-navigation-magic-move

Bindings for using react-navigation with react-native-magic-move 🐰🎩✨

Why is this needed

react-native-magic-move triggers its animations whenever it detects that a new MagicMove view has been mounted. However, navigation libraries such as react-navigation keep components mounted for better performance and faster switching. This means that actions such as back navigation, tab switching or modal popups don't trigger an animation or don't trigger it consistently. This binding solves that problem by installing a hook that forwards the navigator scene information to react-native-magic-move.

Usage

Installation

$ yarn add react-navigation-magic-move

Import the library somewhere at the top of your code

import "react-navigation-magic-move";

And make sure that your scenes are wrapped with <MagicMove.Scene>

Example

const Scene1 = () => (
  <MagicMove.Scene>
    ...
    <MagicMove.View
      id="myView"
      style={{
        alignSelf: "center",
        width: 100,
        height: 100,
        backgroundColor: "green",
        borderRadius: 20
      }}
    />
    ...
  </MagicMove.Scene>
);

const Scene2 = () => (
  <MagicMove.Scene>
    ...
    <MagicMove.View
      id="myView"
      style={{
        height: 300,
        backgroundColor: "purple"
      }}
    />
    ...
  </MagicMove.Scene>
);

That's it!

Magic-move will now animate your components when transitioning from one scene to another. If you want to opt-out of transitions, then use the disabled prop to turn off transitions towards that scene or component.

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