No Bundle URL Present – Joshua Kuhar – Medium

No Bundle URL Present  #ios #reactnative #reactjs #reactjs

  • No Bundle URL PresentAfter you create a production build for React Native iOS, you might get No Bundle URL Present when reverting to developmentThe instructions for creating a production build for a React Native iOS app are located in the docs here, under the section Building your app for production.However, when…
  • If not done properly, you might encounter the error message below.When resetting the NSAppTransportSecurity properly in the Info.plist file, syntax errors and their ilk are easy to evoke.
  • I was using Sublime for my text editor.Below was the default configuration in the Info.plist file when the project was created with React Native.
  • This was the code I pasted back in to remove the No Bundle URL Present dict keyNSExceptionDomains/key dict keylocalhost/key dict true/ /dict /dict /dictFor a good explanation of app transport security, see this article by Steve Peterson.The Info.plist file can usually be located in your React Native project root /ios/appName/Info….
  • Lastly, this solution was only used for a manual configuration and not by React Native CLI.

The instructions for creating a production build for a React Native iOS app are located in the docs here, under the section Building your app for production. However, when you go back to a…
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Setup React Native for iOS and Android

Setup React Native for iOS and Android

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  • In the lesson we’ll walk through the process of installing the react-native-cli through setting up a basic react-native project on iOS. We’ll get the basic project running in a simulator via XCode.
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In this lesson we’ll walk through the process of installing the react-native-cli through setting up a basic react-native project on iOS. We’ll get the basic project running in a simulator via XCode. We’ll also setup Android, Android Studio and get the project running on an emulator with the react-native run-android command.
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Getting Started #

Getting Started  #reactnative

  • Click “Apply” to download and install the Android SDK and related build tools.
  • Android Studio installs the most recent Android SDK by default.
  • 1. Download and install Android Studio #
  • react – native init AwesomeProject cd AwesomeProject react – native run – android
  • If you’ve already installed Android Studio before, you can still install HAXM without performing a custom installation.

Welcome to React Native! This page will help you install React Native on
your system, so that you can build apps with it right away. If you already
have React Native installed, you can skip ahead to the
Tutorial.
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The Beauty Of React Native: Building Your First iOS App With JavaScript (Part 2) – Smashing Magazine

Current status: reading my own react native tutorial to recall stuff

  • I added a primitive update mechanism: if the data is stored on device and has not been updated in a week, pull the data across the network again.
  • You see, the components used like the Activity Indicator, AlertIOS, CameraRoll are iOS specific they won’t work on Android.
  • Finally isDoubleTap in the return statement checks if the time difference between the previous and current tap is less than 300 milliseconds ( DOUBLE_TAP_DELAY ), and if the distance between the two consecutive taps is less than 20px ( DOUBLE_TAP_RADIUS ).
  • 23 Alert modal pops up when wallpaper is successfully saved to the Camera Roll.
  • Placing App Icons in appropriate holders.37 Placing App Icons in appropriate holders.

In part 1 of this tutorial we started building our iOS app from scratch. We started out by setting up a blank React Native project. Then we pulled data from the Unsplash.it API. Because downloading data takes time, we built a loading screen. In the process we went over positioning UI elements with flexbox and styling them using CSS-like properties. Towards the end of part 1 we downloaded and included a third-party Swiper component from GitHub, which allowed us to display wallpaper data in a swipeable container.
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React-Native Components And Code-Skeleton Walkthrough

#ReactNative Components & Code-Skeleton Walkthrough by @ksr007 cc @CsharpCorner

  • Its very obvious how to tell react Application about the root component (like index.html of any Web Application).
  • We also tried to understand how a react-native component is created and registered in the app.
  • Actual React Native framework code is installed locally into your project when you run react-native init because react-native init calls npm install react-native.
  • As you can see in the code, some styles are applied.
  • We declare the components in ES6( ES 2015 )format.

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