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Mac OS Support #19

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yangwuan55 opened this Issue Apr 10, 2017 · 11 comments

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yangwuan55 commented Apr 10, 2017

There is macos

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zhengying commented Apr 10, 2017

+1
please support MacOS

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erictraut commented Apr 10, 2017

We don't have any plans to add MacOS support at this time, but we are happy to accept contributions.

@erictraut erictraut changed the title Why not add the macos? Mac OS Support Apr 16, 2017

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jpca999 commented Apr 17, 2017

What OS do you officially support ?

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chuyik commented Apr 18, 2017

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ReactXP currently supports the following platforms:

  • iOS (React Native)
  • Android (React Native)
  • Web (React)
  • Windows 10 – UWP (React Native) - in progress

Other platforms such as Windows 7 & 8, MacOS, and Linux can be targeted using a web wrapper solution like Electron.

See https://microsoft.github.io/reactxp/docs/faq.html

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QuantumInformation commented May 9, 2017

I got a fright for a moment, that you couldn't use this lib to dev on a mac.

@erictraut erictraut marked this as a duplicate of #190 Jul 28, 2017

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erictraut commented Feb 21, 2018

MacOS support is now (mostly) implemented, so I'm closing this issue.

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TooSweetVasu commented Feb 22, 2018

@erictraut , Thanks, This is great news!
Any plans to update the samples to include "macos" support or provide a simple tutorial to develop for Mac OS ?

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colinramsay commented Mar 9, 2018

MacOS support is now (mostly) implemented, so I'm closing this issue.

Does this mean native MacOS support? It would be good to get something added to the samples folder, happy to help if pointed in the right direction.

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divs1210 commented Jan 15, 2019

Any updates on the docs?

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tsaiDavid commented Jan 24, 2019

@erictraut - would love any updates for usage on MacOS

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wbroek commented Feb 23, 2019

Any help or comment would be appreciated how to get ReactXP going for Mac OS

What I got so far is that I saw support in the source for platform, macos so we can define the platform as we run gulp
cross-env NODE_ENV=development node node_modules/gulp/bin/gulp run --platform=macos (of course you can create as an npm script)

Then created a index file for Mac OS; index.macos.js which contains the startup code to the files created with gulp task
var AppBootstrapperNative = require('./temp/macos/rnapp/js/app/AppBootstrapperNative.js');

We then run the Metro bundler (npm start) and it should not complain and run.

But if I now start an electron instance to localhost:8081 there is only a white screen and no errors what so ever....?

It would also be nice if it could work with something like https://github.com/ptmt/react-native-macos it already has great support for react native components

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