First Born

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First Born

Component library for React Native


The content provided is a guide for installing and using the "first-born" module in a React Native app. It provides instructions for getting the project up and running on a local machine for development and testing purposes.


  • Installation guide for the "first-born" module
  • Ability to import components and use predefined colors
  • Ability to customize text properties such as size, boldness, color, margin, and alignment


To install the "first-born" module, follow these steps:

  1. Clone the repository.
  2. Move into the folder.
  3. Install dependencies.
  4. Run the test script.
  5. Import components and use predefined colors.

To use the module in a React Native app, make sure you have the required prerequisites and dependencies installed. Additionally, follow the provided guide to configure react-native-vector-icons for your project.


The "first-born" module is a helpful tool for React Native app development. It provides easy installation and integration, allowing developers to quickly import components and customize text properties. The predefined colors make it convenient to apply consistent styling throughout the app.


React is a widely used JavaScript library for building user interfaces and single-page applications. It follows a component-based architecture and uses a virtual DOM to efficiently update and render UI components

React Native

React Native is a framework for building mobile applications using React and JavaScript. It enables developers to write once and deploy to multiple platforms, including iOS, Android, and the web, while providing a native app-like experience to users.

UI Kits & Components

A UI kit provides developers with a set of reusable components that can be easily integrated into a website or application. These components are pre-designed with consistent styling and functionality, allowing developers to save time and effort in the design and development process. UI kits can be either custom-built or third-party, and often include components for buttons, forms, typography, icons, and more.