React Native typescript stack.screen component with parameter

In React Native with TypeScript, you can use the Stack.Screen component provided by react-navigation to create a screen component that can receive parameters. Here’s an example of how to create a Stack.Screen component with parameters in TypeScript:

import React from 'react';
import { StackNavigationProp } from '@react-navigation/stack';
import { RouteProp } from '@react-navigation/native';
import { StackParamList } from './StackParamList'; // define your own StackParamList type

type Props = {
  navigation: StackNavigationProp<StackParamList, 'ScreenName'>;
  route: RouteProp<StackParamList, 'ScreenName'>;

const ScreenName: React.FC<Props> = ({ route }) => {
  const { param1, param2 } = route.params;
  // Use the parameters to render the screen
  return (
      <Text>Parameter 1: {param1}</Text>
      <Text>Parameter 2: {param2}</Text>

export default ScreenName;

In this example, StackParamList is a custom type that defines the available screens in your navigation stack. You can define it like this:

export type StackParamList = {
  ScreenName: { param1: string; param2: number };
  // Add more screens here as needed

This defines a StackParamList with a screen named ScreenName that expects two parameters: param1 (a string) and param2 (a number). You can then navigate to this screen and pass the parameters like this:

navigation.navigate('ScreenName', { param1: 'hello', param2: 123 });