This mobile app (Android ≥ 5.0 "Lollipop" and iOS ≥ 10.0 "Whitetail") is intended to build apps for collecting data for the Child Mind Institute
These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes. See deployment for notes on how to deploy the project on a live system, or visit https://matter.childmind.org/Mindlogger/demo#mobile-app for instructions to download the demo mobile app.
You need to have your own Girder instance running or leave your
apiHost set to
app/config. Likewise, you'll either need to set up your own filestore or leave
s3_image set to store in our AWS S3
"mindloggerimages" bucket in
npm -v 4.3.0 yarn -v 1.3.2 react-native -v react-native: 0.49.3
You need to install packages first.
Link packages with React Native iOS and Android projects
Continuous integration: changes to the master branch will be automatically built through Bitrise.
You can use fastlane From root directory of repository
cd ios fastlane beta
It will archive release build for iOS and push to appstore. It will take several minutes.
Otherwise, you can build and archive manually using Xcode.
yarn prod-bundle yarn prod-build
It will create app-release.apk in android/app/build/outputs folder
- React Native - React Native framework
- Check open issues for known issues and discussions.
- If your issus is not already listed, add your issue, optionally with gitmoji.
- Clone this repository.
- If your issue already has a discussion, see if it has a branch. If so, checkout that branch before creating your own.
- Create a new branch to work in.
- When you're ready to submit your changes, update the version and submit a pull request from your branch to the branch you branched from (ie, the branch you checked out in step 4 above or
- One or more of the project developers will review your request and merge or request changes.
Use Semantic Versioning 2.0.0. Always develop in a feature-specific branch and update the version (at least the patch version, but a higher-level version if appropriate) when submitting a pull request.
*Note: the following major.minor versions will start with the listed patch versions (due to previous versioning schemes):
For this repository, the version exists in 4 places:
- This README
See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.