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@react-native-community/cli-platform-android

v13.6.6

Published

This package is part of the [React Native CLI](../../README.md). It contains commands for managing the Android part of React Native app.

Downloads

8,734,544

Readme

@react-native-community/cli-platform-android

This package is part of the React Native CLI. It contains commands for managing the Android part of React Native app.

Installation

yarn add @react-native-community/cli-platform-android

Commands

run-android

Usage:

npx react-native run-android [options]

Builds your app and starts it on a connected Android emulator or device.

Options

--appId <string>

Specify an applicationId to launch after build. If not specified, package from AndroidManifest.xml will be used.

--appIdSuffix <string>

Specify an applicationIdSuffix to launch after build.

--main-activity <string>

default: 'MainActivity'

Name of the activity to start.

--deviceId <string>

builds your app and starts it on a specific device/simulator with the given device id (listed by running "adb devices" on the command line).

--no-packager

Do not launch packager while building.

--port <number>

default: process.env.RCT_METRO_PORT || 8081

--terminal <string>

default: process.env.REACT_TERMINAL || process.env.TERM_PROGRAM

Launches the Metro Bundler in a new window using the specified terminal path.

--tasks <list>

default: 'installDebug'

Run custom gradle tasks. If this argument is provided, then --mode option is ignored. Example: yarn react-native run-android --tasks clean,installDebug.

--active-arch-only

default: false

Build native libraries only for the current device architecture for debug builds.

--list-devices

default: false

List all available Android devices and simulators and let you choose one to run the app.

--interactive

Manually select a task and device/simulator you want to run your app on.

[!WARNING]
This flag is running ./gradlew tasks under the hood, which might take some time for more complex apps. If that affects your project, consider using --mode and --deviceId flags instead.

build-android

Usage:

npx react-native build-android [options]

Builds Android app.

Options

--mode <string>

default: debug

Mode to build the app. Either 'debug' (default) or 'release'.

--extra-params <string>

Custom params that will be passed to gradle build command. Example:

npx react-native build-android --extra-params "-x lint -x test"

--binary-path <path>

Installs passed binary instead of building a fresh one. This command is not compatible with --tasks.

--user <number | string>

Id of the User Profile you want to install the app on.

log-android

Usage:

npx react-native log-android

Starts logkitty displaying pretty Android logs.