React Native component that renders HTML as native views
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react-native-fence-html

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A react native component that renders HTML as native views. This library is useful for rendering html snippets such as those that you get from wysiwyg text editors.

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Add it to your project

npm install react-native-fence-html --save

Usage

import HTML from 'react-native-fence-html'

...

render() {
	// The html you want to render
	const html = `
		<div>
			<h1>A Sample H1 Title</h1>
			<h2>A Sample H2 Title</h2>
			...
		</div>
	`

	const styles = {
		h1: { backgroundColor: '#FF0000' },
		h2: { fontFamily: 'Arial' },
    img: { resizeMode: 'cover' }
	}

	const renderers = {
	 	img: (htmlAttribs, children, passProps) => {
	 		return (
        <Image
          source={{uri: htmlAttribs.src, width: 100, height: 100}}
          style={passProps.htmlStyles.img}
          {...passProps} />)
	 	}
	}

	return (
		<HTML
			// Required. The html snippet you want to render as a string
			html={html}

			// The styles to supply for each html tag. Default styles
			// are already pre-provided in HTMLStyles.js. The additional
			// styles that you provide will be merged over these, so if
			// you need some funky red background on your h1, just set
			// the background
			htmlStyles={styles}

			// Callback for when the user taps on a link. Oh look! You
			// get the href passed back. Handy if you want to send
			// someone somewhere :-)
			onLinkPress={(evt, href) => console.log(href)} />

			// Renderers to use for rendering specific HTML elements.
			// Default renderers are pre-provided in HTMLRenderers.js.
			renderers={renderers}
	)
}

Features

Feature
iOS ✔️
Android ✔️
Faster than webview ✔️
All Native views ✔️
Inline-styles ✔️
Custom stylesheet ✔️
Tag-soup ✔️
Links ✔️
Images ✔️
Custom Renderers ✔️

Demo

Pull the demo repository to give it a try!