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@nona-creative/react-native-ci-utils

v1.2.2

Published

Utilities for generating ci related boilerplate for react native applications

Downloads

33

Readme

React Native CI Utils

Utility package for quick generation of working ci related config (at present fastlane and circleci)

Table of Contents

Installation

  • run npm i -D @nona-creative/react-native-ci-utils

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Usage

  • Run npx @nona-creative/react-native-ci-utils to get a list of available commands and options.

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Quick Start (Config Generation)

  1. Install Fastlane by cd ios and then adding it to your ios project via a Gemfile as per the instructions and then running bundle install.
  2. Initialise Fastlane (It will ask you some questions and create a rudimentary Fastfile and an Appfile for you)
  3. add the load_json plugin bundle exec fastlane add_plugin load_json (allow it to modify your Gemfile).
  4. run npx @nona-creative/react-native-ci-utils fastlane generate ios from the root of your project to generate a Fastlane config file (you will be asked a few questions).
  5. run npx @nona-creative/react-native-ci-utils fastlane generate android from the root of your project to generate a Fastlane config file (you will be asked a few questions).
  6. run npx @nona-creative/react-native-ci-utils circleci generate from the root of your project to generate the accompanying circleci.config.
  7. For the circleci config file to work you need a couple of commands defined in your package.json. You can find these commands in the example project:
  • bundle:<platform> where platform is ios or android.
  • deploy:<stage>:<platform> where stage would be beta or release and platform is ios or android.

Please read through the iOS Playbook and android Playbook. For more information about the CircleCI commands please read the CircleCI Playbook.

Available Commands

To see a list of available commands run:

npm run help

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Testing

npm run test
npm run test:watch

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