Version: 2.3.2

Card

Cards are a great way to display information, usually containing content and actions about a single subject. Cards can contain images, buttons, text and more.

Card Component

Usage

const users = [
{
name: 'brynn',
avatar: 'https://s3.amazonaws.com/uifaces/faces/twitter/brynn/128.jpg'
},
... // more users here
]
import { View, Text, Image } from 'react-native'
import { Card, ListItem, Button, Icon } from 'react-native-elements'
// implemented without image with header
<Card>
<Card.Title>CARD WITH DIVIDER</Card.Title>
<Card.Divider/>
{
users.map((u, i) => {
return (
<View key={i} style={styles.user}>
<Image
style={styles.image}
resizeMode="cover"
source={{ uri: u.avatar }}
/>
<Text style={styles.name}>{u.name}</Text>
</View>
);
})
}
</Card>
// implemented without image without header, using ListItem component
<Card containerStyle={{padding: 0}} >
{
users.map((u, i) => {
return (
<ListItem
key={i}
roundAvatar
title={u.name}
leftAvatar={{ source: { uri: u.avatar } }}
/>
);
})
}
</Card>
// implemented with Text and Button as children
<Card>
<Card.Title>HELLO WORLD</Card.Title>
<Card.Divider/>
<Card.Image source={require('../images/pic2.jpg')} />
<Text style={{marginBottom: 10}}>
The idea with React Native Elements is more about component structure than actual design.
</Text>
<Button
icon={<Icon name='code' color='#ffffff' />}
buttonStyle={{borderRadius: 0, marginLeft: 0, marginRight: 0, marginBottom: 0}}
title='VIEW NOW' />
</Card>

Props


Child Components

Card.Divider

Receives all Divider props.

Card.Title

Receives all Text props.

Card.Image

Receives all Image props.

Card.FeaturedTitle

Receives all Text props.

Card.FeaturedSubtitle

Receives all Text props.


Reference

containerStyle

outer container style (optional)

TypeDefault
object (style)none

wrapperStyle

inner container style (optional)

TypeDefault
object (style)none