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react-native-hyperlink v0.0.19

A <Hyperlink /> component for react-native to make urls, fuzzy links, emails etc clickable

react-native-hyperlink

NPM version Awesome

A <Hyperlink /> component for react-native & react-native-web that makes urls, fuzzy links, emails etc clickable

demo

Installation

npm i --save react-native-hyperlink

Props

namedesctypedefault
linkifylinkify-it object, for custom schemaobjectrequire('linkify-it')()
linkStylehighlight clickable text with stylesText.propTypes.style
linkTextA string or a func to replace parsed textoneOfType([ string, func ])
onPressFunc to handle click over a clickable text with parsed text as argfunc
onLongPressFunc to handle long click over a clickable text with parsed text as argfunc
linkDefaultA platform specific fallback to handle onPress. Uses Linking. Disabled by defaultbool
injectViewPropsFunc with url as a param to inject props to the clickable componentfunci => ({})

Examples

Wrap any component that has <Text> (works for nested text too) in it

import Hyperlink from 'react-native-hyperlink'

export const defaultLink = () =>
  <Hyperlink linkDefault={ true }>
    <Text style={ { fontSize: 15 } }>
      This text will be parsed to check for clickable strings like https://github.com/obipawan/hyperlink and made clickable.
    </Text>
  </Hyperlink>

export const regularText = () =>
  <Hyperlink onPress={ (url, text) => alert(url + ", " + text) }>
    <Text style={ { fontSize: 15 } }>
      This text will be parsed to check for clickable strings like https://github.com/obipawan/hyperlink and made clickable.
    </Text>
  </Hyperlink>

export const regularTextLongPress = () =>
  <Hyperlink onLongPress={ (url, text) => alert(url + ", " + text) }>
    <Text style={ { fontSize: 15 } }>
      This text will be parsed to check for clickable strings like https://github.com/obipawan/hyperlink and made clickable for long click.
    </Text>
  </Hyperlink>

export const nestedText = () =>
  <Hyperlink onPress={ (url, text) => alert(url + ", " + text) }>
    <View>
      <Text style={ { fontSize: 15 } }>
        A nested Text component https://facebook.github.io/react-native/docs/text.html works equally well <Text>with https://github.com/obipawan/hyperlink</Text>
      </Text>
    </View>
  </Hyperlink>

export const highlightText = () =>
  <Hyperlink linkStyle={ { color: '#2980b9', fontSize: 20 } }>
    <Text style={ { fontSize: 15 } }>
      Make clickable strings like https://github.com/obipawan/hyperlink stylable
    </Text>
  </Hyperlink>

export const parseAndReplace = () =>
  <Hyperlink
    linkStyle={ { color: '#2980b9', fontSize: 20 } }
    linkText={ url => url === 'https://github.com/obipawan/hyperlink' ? 'Hyperlink' : url }
  >
    <Text style={ { fontSize: 15 } }>
      Make clickable strings cleaner with https://github.com/obipawan/hyperlink
    </Text>
  </Hyperlink>

export const passPropsText = () =>
  <Hyperlink
    linkDefault
    injectViewProps={ url => ({
          testID: url === 'http://link.com' ? 'id1' : 'id2' ,
          style: url === 'https://link.com' ? { color: 'red' } : { color: 'blue' },
          //any other props you wish to pass to the component
    }) }
  >
    <Text>You can pass props to clickable components matched by url.
        <Text>This url looks red https://link.com
    </Text> and this url looks blue https://link2.com </Text>
  </Hyperlink>

Dependenies

linkify-it

Development

PRs highly appreciated

License

MIT License

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