Quickstart - React Native


npm i react-native-izzati --save
RNFB_ANDROID_PERMISSIONS=true react-native link react-native-fetch-blob


  1. Import it import Izzati from 'react-native-izzati'
  2. Then create a new instance with the URL let i = new Izzati("")

3. Then send, using i.send(options). The format is described in the below table.

The input options object has three items which are all themselves objects, text, file, and response. Not all of them must be used. All are optional.

text file response notes
key     The dict key
value     The dict value
  uri   A path
  base64   A base64 representation of the data, without proper data:image/jpeg;base64, prefix
  filename   The filename of the file
    base64 true or false. If false, then a path is outputted

An example would be {text: {hello: 'me'}, file: {uri: resizedImageUri, filename: 'photo.jpg'}, response: {base64: false}}

The output object has three possible outputs, text, base64, or path.

text This is a normal JS object, when text is returned.
base64 This is the base64 representation of a file, without the prefix.
path This is the path of the file, without the required file:// on Android.

The callback only takes one argument, and that is the out object.

A few functions exist other than send.


Adds ‘data:image/jpeg;base64,’ to base64 and returns the result.


Adds ‘file://‘ if on Android and returns the result.


let i = new Izzati("")
i.send({text: {hello: 'me'}, file: {uri: resizedImageUri, filename: 'photo.jpg'}, response: {base64: false}}).then( out => {
    this.setState(previous => {
        return {uri: i.prefixPath(out.path)}
}).catch(err => {
<Image style={{flex: 1}} source={{uri: this.state.uri}} />