24 days ago

Which front end library does use for their image grid?

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I am in an urgent need to implement a solution similar to the one shown in catalog, where images fit horizontally, and rearrange themselves when the browser window size changes. I noticed that the catalog is built using React, but that's all I could find out from it. Is there anyone who knows how this can be done?

23 days ago
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You can use the style prop on an component to horizontally align the image in React Native. The alignSelf property is used to align images to the left, center, or right. It aligns individual items within a flex container, and it can be set on the child element (in this case, the component). If you want to make display elements in React Native displayed in horizontal list the simplest way possible, you only need the Flex Direction as Row. You can also use FlatList component with horizontal property. I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.


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