React Native lets you create truly native apps and doesn’t compromise your users’ experiences. It provides a core set of platform agnostic native components like View, Text & Image map directly to the platform’s native UI building blocks.
Here’s a list of React Native component libraries that you can use to get started quickly.
1. UI Kitten
UI Kitten is a React Native framework for creating stunning cross-platform mobile applications. Design system-based, UI Kitten brings your product from an MVP to the final product version. It’s open source and free.
2. React Native Paper
3. Nachos UI
Simply install the Nachos UI Kit from the NPM. Then choose any of the pre-coded components – like a slider – import the React Native code to your project and customize its style to fit your needs.
NativeBase is a free and open source UI component library to build native mobile apps for iOS and Android platforms. NativeBase also supports web from version 2.4.1.
5. Material Kit React Native
Material Kit is a fully coded app template built over Galio.io, React Native and Expo to allow you to create powerful and beautiful mobile applications. Material Kit has redesigned all the usual components in Galio to make it look like Google’s material design, minimalistic and easy to use.
Start your development with a badass material UI Kit inspired by Material Design. If you like Google’s Material Design, you will love this react native kit! It features a huge number of components and screens built to fit together and look amazing.
That’s all for this article. Thank you for reading, and happy coding !