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Paweł Karniej
Aug 6, 2020 ⋅ 4 min read

Common bugs in React Native ScrollView and how to fix them

Paweł Karniej Self-made developer specializing in building React Native apps. Follow me on Instagram @selfmadedeveloper.

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9 Replies to "Common bugs in React Native ScrollView and how to fix them"

  1. Hey there- you’re right, thank you for pointing that out – in order to have a specific height on a ScrollIView component we have to wrap it up in View wrapper and set the height there.

  2. thank you so much for the explanation, especially the difference between “style” and “contentContainerStyle”, which was the part that helps me to fix my problem.

  3. Hello. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
    In Android it seems that paddingBottom and marginBottom do not work correctly, you have to set paddingBottom on contentContainerStyle to give a little space at the bottom of the ScrollView. Is it a correct behavior or is there a bug?

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