A truly simple react-native slider

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import 5stonesReactNativeSlider from 'https://cdn.skypack.dev/@5stones/react-native-slider';



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A truly simple react-native slider.


We needed a slider that was:

  1. Based on react-native-gesture-handler.
  2. Simple.

Every other slider is either based on react-native's gesture handler OR are several hundred lines of code and seemingly unnecessarily complex to debug. So we built a slider that was less than 200 lines of code and utilized react-native-gesture-handler.


npm install @5stones/react-native-slider


import React from 'react';
import { View } from 'react-native';
import Slider from "@5stones/react-native-slider";

const Screen: React.FC = () => {
  return (


Name Optional Type Description
value :white_check_mark: number A numeric value allowing between the minimumValue and maximumValue allowing you to control the position of the slider.
onValueChange :white_check_mark: (value: number) => void A callback function allowing you to receive updates of the slider position.
thumbSize :white_check_mark: number Specify the size of the thumb (this is important as it's used to calculate positions).
minimumValue :white_check_mark: number The minimum bound of the sliders value.
maximumValue :white_check_mark: number The maximum bound of the sliders value.
defaultContainerWidth :white_check_mark: number A default value for the width of the container (which will get overwritten dynamically after layout).
containerStyle :white_check_mark: ViewStyle A style object allowing you control over the container.
thumbStyle :white_check_mark: ViewStyle A style object allowing you control over the thumb.
minimumTrackStyle :white_check_mark: ViewStyle A style object allowing you control over the minimum track.
maximumTrackStyle :white_check_mark: ViewStyle A style object allowing you control over the maximum track.


The standard release command for this project is:

npm version [<newversion> | major | minor | patch | premajor | preminor | prepatch | prerelease | from-git]

This command will:

  1. Generate/update the Changelog
  2. Bump the package version
  3. Tag & pushing the commit to GitHub & NPM


npm version 1.2.17
npm version patch // 1.2.17 -> 1.2.18


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