React Native Dropdown

screenshot of React Native Dropdown

React Native Dropdown

This is simple implementation of drop down menu


React Native Dropdown is a simple, customizable, and easy-to-use dropdown menu for React Native applications. It is designed to work seamlessly on both Android and iOS platforms, providing developers with a hassle-free solution for implementing dropdown functionalities in their apps.


  • Customizable: Easily customize the dropdown menu according to your app's design requirements.
  • Cross-Platform Compatibility: Works smoothly on both Android and iOS devices.
  • Easy to Use: Simple implementation process makes it user-friendly for developers.
  • Component Support: Supports object-destructuring for components like Select Option and OptionList.
  • Positioning Utility: Includes a method, updatePosition, for positioning the dropdown relative to the Select component.
  • Configuration Options: Properties like width, height, style, and defaultValue can be easily configured to suit your needs.


To install React Native Dropdown in your project, follow these steps:

  1. Install the package using npm: npm install react-native-dropdown
  2. Import the components in your JavaScript files:
import { Select, OptionList } from "react-native-dropdown";
  1. Use the updatePosition method in the componentDidMount lifecycle hook to position the OptionList:
componentDidMount() {


React Native Dropdown offers a convenient solution for implementing dropdown menus in React Native applications. With features like customization options, cross-platform compatibility, and a simple installation process, developers can easily enhance their apps with dropdown functionalities. By following the provided installation guide and utilizing the configurable properties, developers can seamlessly integrate React Native Dropdown into their projects.

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.