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A simple and fully customizable React Native component that implements a progress stepper UI.
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react-native-progress-steps

A simple and fully customizable React Native component that implements a progress stepper UI.

  • Each steps content is displayed inside of a customizable ScrollView.
  • Fully customizable buttons are displayed at the bottom of the component to move between steps.
Example One Example Two
examples/ExampleOne.js examples/ExampleTwo.js

Installation

If using yarn:

yarn add react-native-progress-steps

If using npm:

npm i react-native-progress-steps

Usage

import { ProgressSteps, ProgressStep } from 'react-native-progress-steps';

Simply place a <ProgressStep /> tag for each desired step within the <ProgressSteps /> wrapper.

<View style={{flex: 1}}>
    <ProgressSteps>
        <ProgressStep label="First Step">
            <View style={{ alignItems: 'center' }}>
                <Text>This is the content within step 1!</Text>
            </View>
        </ProgressStep>
        <ProgressStep label="Second Step">
            <View style={{ alignItems: 'center' }}>
                <Text>This is the content within step 2!</Text>
            </View>
        </ProgressStep>
        <ProgressStep label="Third Step">
            <View style={{ alignItems: 'center' }}>
                <Text>This is the content within step 3!</Text>
            </View>
        </ProgressStep>
    </ProgressSteps>
</View>

Button Styling Usage

Button container and text are fully customizable using the nextBtnStyle, nextBtnTextStyle, previousBtnStyle, and previousBtnTextStyle props.

Example usage to change a buttons text color:

const buttonTextStyle = {
    color: '#393939'
};

return (
    <View style={{flex: 1}}>
        <ProgressSteps>
            <ProgressStep label="First Step" nextBtnTextStyle={buttonTextStyle} previousBtnTextStyle={buttonTextStyle}>
                <View style={{ alignItems: 'center' }}>
                    <Text>This is the content within step 1!</Text>
                </View>
            </ProgressStep>
            <ProgressStep label="Second Step" nextBtnTextStyle={buttonTextStyle} previousBtnTextStyle={buttonTextStyle}>
                <View style={{ alignItems: 'center' }}>
                    <Text>This is the content within step 2!</Text>
                </View>
            </ProgressStep>
        </ProgressSteps>
    </View>
)

Current Step Error and Validation Handling

The errors prop should be used if there's a need for validation and error handling when clicking the next button. If you would like to prevent the next step from being rendered, set the errors prop to true. By default, it will be false.

Example usage of validation check:

state = {
    isValid: false,
    errors: false
};

onNextStep = () => {
    if (!this.state.isValid) {
      this.setState({ errors: true });
    } else {
      this.setState({ errors: false });
    }
};

render() {
    return (
      <View style={{ flex: 1 }}>
        <ProgressSteps>
          <ProgressStep label="First Step" onNext={this.onNextStep} errors={this.state.errors}>
            <View style={{ alignItems: 'center' }}>
              <Text>This is the content within step 1!</Text>
            </View>
          </ProgressStep>
          <ProgressStep label="Second Step">
            <View style={{ alignItems: 'center' }}>
              <Text>This is the content within step 2!</Text>
            </View>
          </ProgressStep>
        </ProgressSteps>
      </View>
    );
}

Documentation

Progress Steps Component

Name Description Default Type
borderWidth Width of the progress bar between steps 6 Number
borderStyle Type of border for the progress bar solid String
activeStepIconBorderColor Outside border color for the active step #4bb543 String
progressBarColor Color of the default progress bar #ebebe4 String
completedProgressBarColor Color of the completed progress bar #4bb543 String
activeStepIconColor Color of the active step icon transparent String
completedStepIconColor Color of the completed step icon #4bb543 String
disabledStepIconColor Color of the disabled step icon #ebebe4 String
labelFontFamily Font family for the step icon label iOS/Android default font String
labelColor Color of the default label lightgray String
activeLabelColor Color of the active label #4bb543 String
activeStepNumColor Color of the active step number black String
completedStepNumColor Color of the completed step number black String
disabledStepNumColor Color of the disabled step number white String
completedCheckColor Color of the completed step checkmark white String

Progress Step Component

Name Description Default Type
label Title of the current step to be displayed null String
onNext Function called when the next step button is pressed null Func
onPrevious Function called when the previous step button is pressed null Func
onSubmit Function called when the submit step button is pressed null Func
nextBtnText Text to display inside the next button Next String
previousBtnText Text to display inside the previous button Previous String
finishBtnText Text to display inside the button on the last step Submit String
nextBtnStyle Style object to provide to the next/finish buttons { textAlign: 'center', padding: 8 } Object
nextBtnTextStyle Style object to provide to the next/finish button text { color: '#007aff', fontSize: 18 } Object
nextBtnDisabled Value to disable/enable next button false Boolean
previousBtnStyle Style object to provide to the previous button { textAlign: 'center', padding: 8 } Object
previousBtnTextStyle Style object to provide to the previous button text { color: '#007aff', fontSize: 18 } Object
previousBtnDisabled Value to disable/enable previous button false Boolean
scrollViewProps Object to provide props to ScrollView component {} Object
errors Used to assist with current step validation. If true, the next step won't be rendered false Boolean

Contributing

Pull requests are always welcome! Feel free to open a new GitHub issue for any changes that can be made.

Working on your first Pull Request? You can learn how from this free series How to Contribute to an Open Source Project on GitHub

Author

Colby Miller | https://colbymillerdev.com

License

MIT

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