# Images

# Image Module

You're going to have to import Image from the react-native package like so then use it:

import { Image } from 'react';

<Image source={{uri: 'https://image-souce.com/awesomeImage'}} />

You can also use a local image with a slightly different syntax but same logic like so:

import { Image } from 'react';

<Image source={require('./img/myCoolImage.png')} />

Note:- You should give height, width to the image otherwise it won't show.

# Image Example

class ImageExample extends Component {
  render() {
    return (
        <Image style={{width: 30, height: 30}}
          source={{uri: 'http://facebook.github.io/react/img/logo_og.png'}}

# Conditional Image Source

<Image style={[this.props.imageStyle]}
        ? this.props.imagePath
        : require('../theme/images/resource.png')}

If the path is available in imagePath then it will be assigned to source else the default image path will be assigned.

# Using variable for image path

let imagePath = require("../../assets/list.png");

<Image style={{height: 50, width: 50}} source={imagePath} />

From external resource:

<Image style={{height: 50, width: 50}} source={{uri: userData.image}} />

# To fit an Image

    style={{height: 100, width: 100}} 
    source={require('../assets/image.png')} />

Try also cover, stretch, repeat and center parameters.