InputAccessoryView

A component which enables customization of the keyboard input accessory view on iOS. The input accessory view is displayed above the keyboard whenever a TextInput has focus. This component can be used to create custom toolbars.
To use this component wrap your custom toolbar with the InputAccessoryView component, and set a nativeID. Then, pass that nativeID as the inputAccessoryViewID of whatever TextInput you desire. A basic example:
import React, { useState } from 'react';
import { Button, InputAccessoryView, ScrollView, TextInput } from 'react-native';

export default function App() {
  const inputAccessoryViewID = 'uniqueID';
  const initialText = 'Placeholder Text';
  const [text, setText] = useState(initialText);

  return (
    <>
      <ScrollView keyboardDismissMode="interactive">
        <TextInput
          style={{
            padding: 16,
            marginTop: 50
          }}
          inputAccessoryViewID={inputAccessoryViewID}
          onChangeText={text => setText(text)}
          value={text}
        />
      </ScrollView>
      <InputAccessoryView nativeID={inputAccessoryViewID}>
        <Button
          onPress={() => setText(initialText)}
          title="Reset Text"
        />
      </InputAccessoryView>
    </>
  );
}
This component can also be used to create sticky text inputs (text inputs which are anchored to the top of the keyboard). To do this, wrap a TextInput with the InputAccessoryView component, and don't set a nativeID. For an example, look at InputAccessoryViewExample.js.

Reference

TypeRequired
colorNo

An ID which is used to associate this InputAccessoryView to specified TextInput(s).
TypeRequired
stringNo

TypeRequired
styleNo

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