Initializes a new project with this boilerplate. Deletes the
git history, installs the dependencies and initializes a new repository.
Note: This command is self-destructive, once you've run it the init script is gone forever. This is for your own safety, so you can't delete your project's history irreversibly by accident.
Renaming the app
In order to rename your app you can use this command. See details below:
Note: This script uses react-native-rename package. This package does not attempt to properly rename build artifacts such as
ios/buildor Cocoa Pod installation targets. After renaming your project you should clean, build, and reinstall third party dependencies to get it running properly with the new name.
With custom Bundle Identifier (Android only. For iOS, please use Xcode)npm run rename <newName> -b <bundleIdentifier>
First, Switch to new branch (optional but recommended)
Then, Rename your app
With custom Bundle Identifier$ npm run rename "Travel App" -b com.rnboilerplate.travelapp
Start the server:
Deletes the example app, replacing it with the smallest amount of boilerplate code necessary to start writing your app!
Note: This command is self-destructive, once you've run it you cannot run it again. This is for your own safety, so you can't delete portions of your project irreversibly by accident.
Allows you to auto-generate boilerplate code for common parts of your
containers. You can
npm run generate <part> to skip the first selection. (e.g.
npm run generate container)
Building (⚠️ Work in progress)
Preps your app for deployment (does not run tests). Optimizes and minifies all files, piping them to the
Upload the contents of
build to your web server to
see your work live!
Testing (⚠️ Work in progress)
See the testing documentation for detailed information about our testing setup!
Unit testing (⚠️ Work in progress)
Tests your application with the unit tests specified in the
throughout the application.
test commands allow an optional
-- [string] argument to filter
the tests run by Jest. Useful if you need to run a specific test only.
Watches changes to your application and re-runs tests whenever a file changes.
Starts the development server and tunnels it with
ngrok, making the website
available worldwide. Useful for testing on different devices in different locations!
Dependency size test
This command will generate a
stats.json file from your production build, which
you can upload to the webpack analyzer or Webpack Visualizer. This
analyzer will visualize your dependencies and chunks with detailed statistics
about the bundle size.
Lints your code and tries to fix any errors it finds.