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Trending React Native UI components in 2020

Trending React Native UI components in 2020

Every software company tends to be increasingly interested in cross-platform applications, as they have dramatically reduced the amount of resources needed to build mobile apps.

When it comes to cross-platform software, React Native apps stand at the top.

React Native has tremendous potential in the creation of an application’s user interface.

The user interface is the most time-consuming method for creating an app. Several third-party libraries and UI toolkits are now available to help you develop native application next-level reactions.

Frameworks of React Native UI

1. NativeBase

NativeBase is the library which is most popular and widely used. It offers a wide variety of cross-platform Native React UI elements. Nativebase is 100% open source

One of our main goals with NativeBase 2.0 is to make it easy to customize the components themselves, with very few modifications to the components.

Nativebase is constructed with modules, or blocks. The Components are built with a rich set of dynamic properties in pure React Native framework along with some JavaScript features.

We are developed with some JavaScript features along with a rich collection of customizable properties in pure React Native framework. These components help you create the ideal user interface quickly.

NativeBase contains components such as app screens anatomy, header, input buttons, badges, icon, form checkbox, radio button, list, card, action sheet, picker, segment swipe list, tabs, toast, tray, thumbnail, spinner, search bar, etc.

Within NativeBase each of these components is rendered with a better version of the same component in its native portion.

2. React Native Elements

React Native Elements is another Native UI toolkit which reacts across platforms. It is built entirely in Javascript, and is easy to use. Expo also supports the React Native Elements. Every component is customizable in native reacting elements. For each part you can change the base colour, scale, fonts etc.

The coding becomes much clearer with the React Native Components. If you wish to create a component button,

it is as easy as the below code.

import { Button } from’react-native-elements’;


title=”Solid Button” />

React Native Elements also provides a wide array of icons. In the current scenario it has all the social icons a developer wants.

3. React Native Material UI

React Native Material UI includes components for React Native material design which are highly customizable. React Native Material UI uses a single JS object, the uiTheme, to make more custom components. It is a light theme which can be easily changed by design.

React-native-vector-icon installation helps unleash the full potential of React Native Material UI. The react-native-vector-icons have wide icon support. This helps adjust the application’s primary color with ease.

4. UI Kitten

React Native UI Kitten is a mobile application with a set of elements that are easily customizable. Despite many standalone react-native components nowadays, there aren’t as many frameworks that offer you a wide range of commonly used components as a single dependence with similar UI design.

For example, there are CSS frameworks in Web Development like Bootstrap which allow you to add dozens of nice-looking elements. You can also build them according to your company guidelines by simply changing variables

UI Kitten framework tries to fill in that gap

All elements are versatile, and customizable. This helps to improve the production of your mobile apps and allows you to concentrate on business logic rather than view structure. This lets you put the MVP to life in a shorter time span.

All elements are versatile, and customizable. This helps to improve the production of your mobile apps and allows you to concentrate on business logic rather than view structure. This lets you put the MVP to life in a shorter time span.

You can construct style configurations of components that you use most (buttons, inputs, etc.) using React Native UI Kitten. Instead, these designs can be reused in the development process. Set them up once, and use them anywhere!

5. Nachos UI

Nachos UI is a library of the React Native components. It has almost 30 components which can be tailored to the UI. Nachos UI Kit is designed with Avocode which is a fully featured device for sharing, hand-off, and testing designs from Photoshop and Sketch.

With the aid of React Native Web, Nachos UI also works on the web. It also has Prettier which is an opinionated formatter of JavaScript. Jest Snapshot Testing is also used. Nachos UI is so user friendly. Let’s look, for example, at an example of making a simple slider.


main aim for each developer is to create his application in a limited time frame with amazing UI. As I entered into React Native, designing the user interface for an application was a most challenging task for me to cross. This has taken me a lot of time and effort to offer my customer an effective solution with a mind-blowing interface

But now, the user interface style is made a lot simpler with these predefined and customizable UI elements. I suggest you try at least one of the components of this UI in your next project.

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