React-Native has a pretty ordinary progressbar which does not allow a lot of customizations, but creating your own with animations is fairly simple.

First create a state object ‘progress’ which will contain a progress value between 0 and 100 in your constructor

    this.state = {
        progress: 40,

In your render function you can go ahead and design your Progress bar like this

    render() {
        return (
            <View style={[styles.flexBox, styles.progressBar]}>
            <View style={[styles.progressBar_left, {flex:this.state.progress}]} />
            <View style={[styles.progressBar_right, {flex:100 - this.state.progress}]} />

This will basically create a progress bar where progressBar_left style will flex the progress colour(generally filled colour) to your progressState variable and progressBar_right will flex for 100 - your progress

Now go ahead and give it this styling

 const styles = StyleSheet.create({
    flexBox: {
        flex: 1,
        flexDirection: 'row',
    progressBar: {
        overflow: 'hidden',
        height: 14,
        borderWidth: 1,
        borderColor: '#D50000',
        borderRadius: 10,
    progressBar_left: {
        backgroundColor: '#D50000',
    progressBar_right: {
        backgroundColor: '#fff'

overflow: 'hidden' in progressBar styles prevents the color from ever going out of progressbar.

To achieve spring animation you need to update your componentDidMount and componentWillUpdate to this

 componentDidMount() {
        this.setState({progress: this.props.progress})
    }, 300)

componentWillUpdate() {

You can mess around with the time out and progress variable to suite your requirements. To achieve animation on updating your state variable ‘progress’ you need to add

    componentWillReceiveProps(nextProps) {
        this.setState({progress: nextProps.progress})