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Secure Storage for React Native (Android & iOS)

https://github.com/talut/rn-secure-storage

Almost 3 months later I’m publising a new package. I developing apps with “React Native” at work, also I’m working with Android apps too. After 9 months React Native is became my favourite framework for developing apps.
Of course with in these times, I needed a lot of different packages.


This package is updated to v2.0.1 so some part of this article is not valid. Please read new README.md (v2.0.1) for usage.

https://github.com/talut/react-native-pin-view#whats-new-in-v201

And the oscar goes to my second React Native component package :) React Native Pin View is a easy, convenient, quick-forming component for quick usages. (Do not forget to give stars.)

https://github.com/talut/react-native-pin-view

Package usage demo.

At before this package, I published my first component package. That package downloaded 1.7K+ times. You can see that package from here:
https://medium.com/@talut/react-native-simple-card-view-8a39ac83b1e0

Why and how did I build this package?

Firstly this package at still development status. I’m still developing this package for my side project login screen. At the beginning I searched a lot of package for that usage. …


Well, firstly this is my first Medium post. Also subject of this post is about my first react-native package. So we can say this is the first of firsts. Whatever, I wrote this package because I want share something about React Native.

And, ta da 🎉

https://github.com/talut/react-native-simple-card-view

Getting Started

This package at first just have one component (CardViewWithIcon) but in the future I will add more component like, CardViewWithImage, ArticleCardView etc.

I think, you asking now this “Why should I use that package?”, because;

  • So simple even a monkey can use.
  • Default configs are enough but if you want, you can change…

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