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@palingheorghe palingheorghe released this Jun 17, 2019 · 2 commits to master since this release

I've wanted to keep these changes for v0.6 but Expo SDK 33 was released and a lot of people had problems with Galio. So the following changes have been made:

  1. Removed Expo dependency entirely from Galio
  2. Removed Expo from Icon.js
  3. Removed the Galio font from the NavBar.js, Card.js and Input.js and changed with different fonts
  4. Created a new file for the Icon.js in order to fully use the react-native-vector-icons library where we're importing all fonts
  5. Now react-native-vector-icons is a peerDependency which basically means that the user has to install it if he wants to use it. Most of our users will still have to install that library and link it, some might not need icons at all so that's cool.
  6. Accepted a PR from @ghasemikasra39 which fixed a typo we had in Slider.js which made the component unusable. Now the Slider can be used again

So basically we can now use Galio in a React Native app without Expo which is perfect! Congratulations to everybody for helping out!

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@palingheorghe palingheorghe released this Feb 27, 2019 · 35 commits to master since this release

Galio's v0.5.0 has been released! We've added the following components: Switch, Checkbox, Radio, Slider and Theme integration! Galio's been accepted to Open Collective and we're working harder than the usual in order to deliver a beautiful UI library to the community!

Special thanks to our cool contributors:
@antelbra
@samcyn

Thanks for working with Galio! 🔥

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