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Possible Plagiarism

Reposted on 2024-03-29
by Muhammad Rafeh Atique

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Original - Posted on 2024-03-29
by Muhammad Rafeh Atique



            
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I created module `react-native-inactivity` for this purpose. By using this module you can actually get if the app is inactive for X ms. You can use in this way.
```js import ReactNativeInactivity from "react-native-inactivity";
export default function App() { return ( <View style={{ flex: 1 }}> <ReactNativeInactivity isActive={true} onInactive={() => {//Do Logout or something like that}} timeForInactivity={60000} //1 mint in ms restartTimerOnActivityAfterExpiration={false} loop={false} style={{ flex: 1, justifyContent: "center", alignItems: "center", backgroundColor: "grey" }}> <YOUR_NAV_HERE/> </ReactNativeInactivity> </View> ); } ```
You can also manage other props according to your requirement.
If this solution helped you just thumbs up and give me a star at repository. For more refer to: https://www.npmjs.com/package/react-native-inactivity
I created module `react-native-inactivity` for this purpose. By using this module you can actually get if the app is inactive for 1 minute. You can use in this way.
```js import ReactNativeInactivity from "react-native-inactivity";
export default function App() { const [showImage, setShowImage] = React.useState(false); return ( <View style={{ flex: 1 }}> <ReactNativeInactivity isActive={true} onInactive={() => setShowImage(true)} timeForInactivity={60000} //1 mint in ms restartTimerOnActivityAfterExpiration={false} loop={false} style={{ flex: 1, justifyContent: "center", alignItems: "center", backgroundColor: "grey" }}> <YOUR_NAV_HERE/> </ReactNativeInactivity> { showImage ? <YourImage /> : null } </View> ); } ```
You can also manage other props according to your requirement. Even After showing the image you can actually deactivate the timer through state if you wish.
If this solution helped you just thumbs up and give me a star at repository. For more refer to: https://www.npmjs.com/package/react-native-inactivity

        
Present in both answers; Present only in the new answer; Present only in the old answer;