Gesture handler library provides native components that can act as buttons. These can be treated as a replacement to TouchableHighlight or TouchableOpacity from RN core. Gesture handler's buttons recognize touches in native which makes the recognition process deterministic, allows for rendering ripples on Android in highly performant way (TouchableNativeFeedback requires that touch event does a roundtrip to JS before we can update ripple effect, which makes ripples lag a bit on older phones), and provides native and platform default interaction for buttons that are placed in a scrollable container (in which case the interaction is slightly delayed to prevent button from highlighting when you fling).
This is a cross-platform replacement for React Native's DrawerLayoutAndroid component. It provides a compatible API but allows for the component to be used on both Android and iOS. Please refer to React Native docs for the detailed usage for standard parameters.
This component allows for implementing swipeable rows or similar interaction. It renders its children within a panable container allows for horizontal swiping left and right. While swiping one of two "action" containers can be shown depends on whether user swipes left or right (containers can be rendered by renderLeftActions or renderRightActions props).
Gesture Handler library provides an implementation of RN's touchable components that are based on native buttons and does not rely on JS responder system utilized by RN. Our touchable implementation follows the same API and aims to be a drop-in replacement for touchables available in React Native.