TouchableWithoutFeedback #

Do not use unless you have a very good reason. All the elements that respond to press should have a visual feedback when touched. This is one of the primary reason a "web" app doesn't feel "native".

NOTE: TouchableWithoutFeedback supports only one child

If you wish to have several child components, wrap them in a View.

Props #

accessibilityComponentType View.AccessibilityComponentType #

accessibilityTraits View.AccessibilityTraits, [object Object] #

accessible bool #

delayLongPress number #

Delay in ms, from onPressIn, before onLongPress is called.

delayPressIn number #

Delay in ms, from the start of the touch, before onPressIn is called.

delayPressOut number #

Delay in ms, from the release of the touch, before onPressOut is called.

disabled bool #

If true, disable all interactions for this component.

hitSlop {top: number, left: number, bottom: number, right: number} #

This defines how far your touch can start away from the button. This is added to pressRetentionOffset when moving off of the button. NOTE The touch area never extends past the parent view bounds and the Z-index of sibling views always takes precedence if a touch hits two overlapping views.

onLayout function #

Invoked on mount and layout changes with

{nativeEvent: {layout: {x, y, width, height}}}

onLongPress function #

onPress function #

Called when the touch is released, but not if cancelled (e.g. by a scroll that steals the responder lock).

onPressIn function #

onPressOut function #

pressRetentionOffset {top: number, left: number, bottom: number, right: number} #

When the scroll view is disabled, this defines how far your touch may move off of the button, before deactivating the button. Once deactivated, try moving it back and you'll see that the button is once again reactivated! Move it back and forth several times while the scroll view is disabled. Ensure you pass in a constant to reduce memory allocations.

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