When building complex interfaces, it's very common to render different UI components based on the device's orientation. This is especially true when dealing with tablets.
In this recipe, we will render a menu based on the screen orientation. In landscape, we will render an expanded menu with icons and texts, and in portrait we will only render the icons.
To support orientation changes we are going to use a third-party library called
react-native-orientation by Yamill Vallecillo. It works for iOS and Android by listening to the native orientation change on each platform. I've been using this library for a couple of projects, and it works pretty well.
We will also use
react-native-vector-icons by Joel Arvidsson. ...