@appbaseio/reactivesearch-native

Native data components for building reactive UIs with Elasticsearch

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reactivesearch
ReactiveSearch Native

Elasticsearch UI components for React Native. Website 🌐

Read the launch blog post here.


npm version Gitter npm PRs Welcome


:rocket: Jumpstart your app development with

npm install @appbaseio/reactivesearch-native

and the quickstart guide.

Introduction

Building a meaningful data-driven mobile app with React Native today takes anywhere between weeks to months.

ReactiveSearch is built with the aim of bringing down the development lifecycle of a data-driven app to days.

Learn once, write anywhere!

ReactiveSearch offers cross-platform UI components that work not only for iOS and Android, but also for the web. These UI components can further directly talk to an Elasticsearch backend with a ReactiveBase backend provider component.

Much like how Bootstrap and Materialize provide scaffolding to build styles for your website, ReactiveSearch provides scaffolding to build data-driven apps.


Features

  • Works out of the box with an Elasticsearch index or appbase.io service.
  • Cross-platform components - Works on both iOS and Android, with equivalent components also available for the web.
  • Bring your own design components and make them work with ReactiveSearch components.
  • Full theming support, components are built with primitives from NativeBase.io.
  • Built with accessibility in mind, all components have an interactive playground (see an example for DataSearch), live examples and comprehensive docs.

A sneak peek of the UI components.

Banner Image showing all the mobile UI components we offer

💎 Get the iOS and Android designer templates for sketch.


Try it out

Run this example app with Snack Editor to see ReactiveSearch in action.

  • Or get your own app up and running in 15 mins by following the quickstart guide.

Tutorials


Example Apps

We have published the following apps to the App Store / Playstore.


Contributing

We welcome contributions in the form of issues, PRs. Please read the contribution guide.


Debugging and Troubleshooting

The simplest way to debug the app is using React Native Debugger. If you are having trouble running your react native app and are seeing any dependency warnings, reset cache via

watchman watch-del-all
yarn start --reset-cache

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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