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A UIPickerView implementation that allows you to have multiple components in your picker.

##Example You can make a basic one like so:

var MultiPickerIOS = require('react-native-multipicker');
var { Group, Item } = MultiPickerIOS;

var MultiPickerExampleApp = React.createClass({
  render() {
    return (
      <MultiPickerIOS style={styles.picker} onChange={this._someOnChange}>
          <Group selectedValue={this.state.currentWord} onChange={this._someOtherOnChange}>
              <Item value="How" label="How" />
              <Item value="now" label="now" />
              <Item value="brown" label="brown" />
              <Item value="cow" label="cow" />
          <Group selectedValue={this.state.curentCount}>
              <Item value="Uno" label="Uno" />
              <Item value="Dos" label="Dos" />
              <Item value="Tres" label="Tres" />
              <Item value="Four" label="Four" />

##Getting started

  1. npm install react-native-multipicker --save
  2. In XCode, in the project navigator (the folder icon in the left pane), right click the folder Libraries ➜ choose Add Files to [your project's name]
  3. Browse to [your project's node_modules]/react-native-multipicker/ and choose RNMultiPicker.xcodeproj, and click Add
  4. In the XCode project navigator, select your project, select the Build Phases tab and in the Link Binary With Libraries drop down section add libRNMultiPickerIOS.a