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Change Navigator backgroundColor globally


Change Navigator backgroundColor globally

By : zkru
Date : November 20 2020, 03:01 PM
wish of those help Kind of late to the question, but yes, you can change the background of the Stack Navigator card using the cardStyle option attribute.
code :
const HomeStack = createStackNavigator( {
  s1: {screen:screen1},
  s2: {screen:screen2},
  s3: {screen:screen3},
  s4: {screen:screen4},
},{
    navigationOptions: {
      headerStyle:{backgroundColor:'#FFFF00'},
      headerTintColor:'white',
      gesturesEnabled:false
    },
    cardStyle: {
      backgroundColor: 'white'
    }
  }
);


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jqGrid navigator - how to specyfy settings globally?

jqGrid navigator - how to specyfy settings globally?


By : Mak Ryan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you The object jQuery.jgrid.edit is responsible for the default setting of Add and Edit forms, so you can include in your common JavaScript code the following:
code :
jQuery.extend(jQuery.jgrid.edit, {
    savekey: [true, 13],
    closeOnEscape: true,
    closeAfterEdit: true,
    closeAfterAdd: true,
    recreateForm: true
});
jQuery.extend(jQuery.jgrid.nav, {search: false});
`Div.backgroundColor` change to `Element.backgroundColor` using Javascript

`Div.backgroundColor` change to `Element.backgroundColor` using Javascript


By : Mrinalini Prakhya
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue The style property maps onto the style attribute, not the value of the CSS property as calculated by running through the cascade.
You need to examine the computed style.
React Native - Unable to get params that have been passed through navigator(from stack navigator to drawer navigator). R

React Native - Unable to get params that have been passed through navigator(from stack navigator to drawer navigator). R


By : MrNoob2U
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue This is what worked for me in the end....
Inside the previous page/screen
code :
this.props.navigation.navigate('ScreenOneRoute', {name: data.name});
var {params} = this.props.navigation.state; 
let name = params.name;
<Text>{name}</Text>
ReactNative:How to change the header for tab navigator inside a drawer navigator

ReactNative:How to change the header for tab navigator inside a drawer navigator


By : amit babber
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine I am building a react native app with a login and profile screen.The navigation is as below: I wanted to change the header title when I navigate to each tabs.Also, i want my drawer to be able to open from any screen.So drawer icon should always be in the profile at left. I cant make the header none/hide in profile screen as it will hide the drawer icon as well.Any idea how to solve it? , First, change your navigation hierarchy to like this.
Drawer
code :
...

const Profile = StackNavigator(
  {
    TabStack: {
      screen: TabStack   
  }
},
navigationOptions: ({ screenProps }) => ({
      ...
      headerLeft: (
        <TouchableOpacity
          onPress={() => {
              screenProps.myDrawerNavigation.navigate("DrawerOpen");
          }}
        >
          <Icon name={"ios-menu"} size={20} style={{ color: "red" }} />
        </TouchableOpacity>
      )
...


const DrawerMain = DrawerNavigator(
  {
    Profile: {
      screen: ({navigation}) => <Profile screenProps={{myDrawerNavigation:navigation}}/>
    }
  },
  ...
React-navigation: nesting stack navigator and tab navigator inside switch navigator results in 2 headers

React-navigation: nesting stack navigator and tab navigator inside switch navigator results in 2 headers


By : Ömer Özkan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue You said that you want the Comments screen to have its own header (like all the other screens) and a back button. What specifically should it go back to? Understanding the structure of the navigation will make it easier to design.
It would be cleaner to have your AppStack actually just be your TabStack. Adding in the Comments screen on the same level as TabStack likely isn't helping your multiple header issue.
code :
const FeedScreenStack = createStackNavigator({
  FeedStack: {
    screen: feed,
    navigationOptions: {
      headerTitle: "Feed"
    }
  },
  // if you want Comments to go back to "Feed"
  Comments: { 
    screen: comments, 
    navigationOptions: {
      headerTitle: "Comments"
    },
  }
});

const ProfileScreenStack = createStackNavigator({
  ProfileStack: {
    screen: profile,
    navigationOptions: {
      headerTitle: "My Profile"
    }
  },
  // if you want Comments to go back to "Profile"
  Comments: { 
    screen: comments, 
    navigationOptions: {
      headerTitle: "Comments"
    },
  }
})

const TabStack = createBottomTabNavigator({
  Feed: { screen: FeedScreenStack },
  Profile: { screen: ProfileScreenStack }
});

const MainStack = createSwitchNavigator(
  {
    Home: TabStack,
    Auth: AuthStack
  },
  {
    initialRouteName: 'Home'
  }
);

const AppContainer = createAppContainer(MainStack);
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