react-native-override-color-scheme

React Native package to let users override the app's color scheme/theme

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react-native-override-color-scheme
React Native package to let users override the app's color scheme/theme

Installation

npm install react-native-override-color-scheme

or
yarn add react-native-override-color-scheme

RN >= 0.60

If you are using RN >= 0.60, only run npx pod-install. Then rebuild your project.

iOS

Optional support for alerts on iOS

:warning: We use method swizzling to enable support for alerts on iOS. Method swizzling is used by Firebase iOS SDK as well, but it can be problematic in some cases, especially when another library is also swizzling the same method. That’s why we have made this step optional.

To enable support for alerts on iOS, please follow the steps below:
  1. Open your /ios/{projectName}/AppDelegate.m file
  2. At the top of the file, import the OverrideColorScheme module: #import <OverrideColorScheme.h>
  3. And then, within your existing didFinishLaunchingWithOptions method, add [OverrideColorScheme enableAlertSupport]; to the top of the method (see below).

```Objective-C
import // <--- import
@implementation AppDelegate
  • (BOOL)application:(UIApplication )application didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:(NSDictionary )launchOptions
{ OverrideColorScheme enableAlertSupport; // <--- and add this line //... }
### Android

No additional step is required.

## Usage

```js
import overrideColorScheme from 'react-native-override-color-scheme';

// ...

overrideColorScheme.setScheme('dark'); // or `light` or `undefined` for system default

See the example for advanced use cases.

Contributing

See the contributing guide to learn how to contribute to the repository and the development workflow.

License

MIT