NativeMethodsMixin provides methods to access the underlying native
component directly. This can be useful in cases when you want to focus
a view or measure its on-screen dimensions, for example.
The methods described here are available on most of the default components provided by React Native. Note, however, that they are not available on composite components that aren't directly backed by a native view. This will generally include most components that you define in your own app. For more information, see Direct Manipulation.
// TODO (bvaughn) Figure out how to use the NativeMethodsInterface type to-
// ensure that these mixins and ReactNativeFiberHostComponent stay in sync.
// Unfortunately, using it causes Flow to complain WRT createClass mixins:
// "call of method
createClass. Expected an exact object instead of ..."
Determines the location on screen, width, and height of the given view and returns the values via an async callback. If successful, the callback will be called with the following arguments:
Note that these measurements are not available until after the rendering
has been completed in native. If you need the measurements as soon as
possible, consider using the
Determines the location of the given view in the window and returns the values via an async callback. If the React root view is embedded in another native view, this will give you the absolute coordinates. If successful, the callback will be called with the following arguments:
Note that these measurements are not available until after the rendering has been completed in native.
measure(), but measures the view relative an ancestor,
relativeToNativeNode. This means that the returned x, y
are relative to the origin x, y of the ancestor view.
As always, to obtain a native node handle for a component, you can use
Requests focus for the given input or view. The exact behavior triggered will depend on the platform and type of view.
Removes focus from an input or view. This is the opposite of
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