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remove active class by scrolling in android

I would like to ask how can I remove active class when scrolling? Everything works fine on desktop size, it removes the active class when I’m scrolling, even if I click on any nav menu, when I’m continue scrolling it removes the active class from that nav menu. But it gets weird on mobile device, if I’m just scrolling it

AsyncStorage setItem inside loop crashes

App crashes when trying to save something into asyncStorage. It crashes without an error message however I think the problem is in the while loop: As soon as the loop gets executed, the app crashes, console.log(“got here”) doesn’t even run. This function is called from a Pressable component: Answer I had to change it from a while loop to a

React Native TextInput sends input on second press

Guys i’m new to React Native and also not good at JavaScript. In my app i have 2 TextInput and a Pressable button but the output is not making sense. I’ve tried to change timing of execution of some lines but result is the same. I’m using: expo, react native 0.68.2, android api 30 (Android Studio) output: Android Bundling complete

Why number or digits showing dots on smartphone? [closed]

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