In this lesson we'll show how to use icons from
react-native-vector-icons. With absolute positioning we'll center the icon over the video. Then we'll use the
Animated.loop call to rotate the icon continuously in a 360 degree loop. Finally we'll the
stopAnimation call to pause the animation when we are no longer buffering.
We'll modify our previous controls to animate visible when the video is touched or interacted with. The video controls will animate visible in when the video is touched, played, or continues to be interacted with. After a 1500ms timeout elapses the controls will animate away.
In this lesson we'll use
react-native-vector-icons to add play/paused buttons, a seek bar, and the duration of the video. We'll use the
onEnd callbacks to track the video progress. We'll use the
react-native-progress to create an animated progress bar for us. Finally with
TouchableWithoutFeedback we will add a tap to seek interaction to jump to specific times in the video.
In this lesson we'll use
lint-staged to run prettier only on files that have been changed and committed to git. This will allow you to prettify files as you change them, and prevent massive lint only git check ins.
In this lesson we'll create a VSCode snippet for quickly reusing code. We'll show how to setup tab stops orders to move the cursor in a specific order when tab is pressed. Then we'll show how to create named variables with default values.
In this lesson we'll show how to setup a
.babelrc file with presets and plugins. Then create npm scripts that use
babel-preset-env we'll show how to target specific versions of node and how to use babel plugins, while not transpiling features (like
await) that are already supported by node natively.
In this lesson we'll setup a
react-native-video player that is paused when it is not visible but when scrolled into view starts playing the video. We'll also show how to add a small ending threshold so once the video is only partially out of view it will pause.
In this lesson we'll show how to use React Native Video to cover the entire background. We'll use the
repeat property, and also the helper
StyleSheet.absoluteFill property so we do not need to replicate styles. We'll then show how to place a login form on top of the looping video.
In this lesson we'll show the different methods that react-native-video allows to play video including remote video files and local files imported as asset files by React Native.