To implement a list with react-native-gesture-flip-card, you can follow these steps to create a simple demo. In this demo, we will use the FlatList component from React Native to render a list of flip cards that can be flipped using react-native-gesture-flip-card.

  1. Set Up a New React Native Project: If you haven't already, create a new React Native project using the following command:

    npx react-native init FlipCardDemo
  2. Install Dependencies: Navigate to your project directory and install the required packages:

    cd FlipCardDemo npm install react-native-gesture-flip-card
  3. Create a FlipCard Component: Create a new file named FlipCard.js in the src folder of your project. This component will represent a single flip card.

    import React, { useRef } from 'react'; import { View, Text, StyleSheet } from 'react-native'; import FlipCard from 'react-native-gesture-flip-card'; const Card = ({ item }) => { const flipCardRef = useRef(null); return ( <FlipCard ref={flipCardRef}> {/* Front Side */} <View style={styles.card}> <Text style={styles.cardText}>Front Side</Text> </View> {/* Back Side */} <View style={[styles.card, styles.cardBack]}> <Text style={styles.cardText}>Back Side</Text> </View> </FlipCard> ); }; const styles = StyleSheet.create({ card: { width: 200, height: 200, backgroundColor: 'skyblue', justifyContent: 'center', alignItems: 'center', borderRadius: 10, backfaceVisibility: 'hidden', }, cardBack: { backgroundColor: 'orange', }, cardText: { fontSize: 18, fontWeight: 'bold', color: 'white', }, }); export default Card;
  4. Create the Main App Component: In the App.js file in the src folder, create the main component that will render the list of flip cards.

    import React from 'react'; import { SafeAreaView, FlatList } from 'react-native'; import Card from './FlipCard'; const DATA = Array.from({ length: 10 }, (_, index) => ({ id: index.toString() })); const App = () => { const renderItem = ({ item }) => <Card item={item} />; return ( <SafeAreaView> <FlatList data={DATA} renderItem={renderItem} keyExtractor={(item) =>} /> </SafeAreaView> ); }; export default App;
  5. Run the App: Save the files, and then run your app using the following command:

    npx react-native run-android # or npx react-native run-ios

    This will launch the app on your Android or iOS simulator, and you should see a list of flip cards. When you tap on each card, it will flip to reveal the backside.

That's it! You've successfully implemented a simple list with react-native-gesture-flip-card. Each item in the list represents a flip card that can be flipped to show the front and back sides. You can further customize the cards and add more content to them according to your requirements.

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