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  • Add support for Android TV devices by krzysztofciombor · Pull Request #16500 · facebook/react-native
    • Add support for Android TV devices Motivation To be on par with Apple TV support, this makes it possible to run React Native apps on Android TV devices (See also: https://react-native.canny.io/feature-requests/p/android-tv-support) These changes also make it possible to navigate through the app using D-PAD buttons that are present on some…
    • android tv, TV devices, Android TV devices, pull request,
  • 0.55.0 · Issue #2 · react-native-community/react-native-releases
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    • React Native repository, current release, release candidate, report issues,
  • missive/emoji-mart
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    • Emoji component, picker, standalone Emoji component, Picker i18n, import { Picker
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  • By default the Emoji component will not render anything so that the emojis dont take space in the picker when not available.
  • When using the standalone Emoji component, you can however render anything you want by providing the props.
  • By default EmojiMart will store user chosen skin and frequently used emojis in .
  • Not only does Emoji Mart return more results than most emoji picker, theyre more accurate and sorted by relevance.
  • For better results, Emoji Mart split search into words and only returns results matching both terms.

Tags: Emoji component, picker, standalone Emoji component, Picker i18n, import { Picker

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