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Add support for debugging react-native universal windows platform (UWP) #278

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jmcginty opened this Issue Aug 9, 2016 · 8 comments

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jmcginty commented Aug 9, 2016

This is a feature request to add debug support for the windows port of react-native.

The Windows Universal Platform port of react-native is here: https://github.com/ReactWindows/react-native-windows

VSCode react-native extension seems the logical way to debug on windows, but currently we only support ios and android.

@jmcginty jmcginty changed the title from [feature] Add support for debugging react-native universal windows platform (UWP) to Add support for debugging react-native universal windows platform (UWP) Aug 12, 2016

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@jmcginty We are currently looking into this. There does not seem to be much work we would need to do, and this is a planned work item.

@jmcginty We are currently looking into this. There does not seem to be much work we would need to do, and this is a planned work item.

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@panarasi Is there a public view of the planned work items?

@panarasi Is there a public view of the planned work items?

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sasivarnan Nov 19, 2016

We love to have this feature. Also I found that now we can develop UWP apps using Windows Standalone SDK without Visual Studio Code.

I already raised an issue regarding this in react-native-windows repo.

Hope we will get this feature soon. Excited to build UWP apps in react-native using VS Code.

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sasivarnan commented Nov 19, 2016

We love to have this feature. Also I found that now we can develop UWP apps using Windows Standalone SDK without Visual Studio Code.

I already raised an issue regarding this in react-native-windows repo.

Hope we will get this feature soon. Excited to build UWP apps in react-native using VS Code.

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sasivarnan Dec 21, 2016

@panarasi Any update on this ?

@panarasi Any update on this ?

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leesolway Jan 29, 2017

This would be extremely helpful to have.

This would be extremely helpful to have.

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panarasi Jan 30, 2017

VSCode now supports "attaching" to the Windows platform. For this workflow, you would now have to select "Attach to packager" in the debug options, and then put the windows react native app into debug mode. VSCode will automatically become the debugger.

VSCode now supports "attaching" to the Windows platform. For this workflow, you would now have to select "Attach to packager" in the debug options, and then put the windows react native app into debug mode. VSCode will automatically become the debugger.

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ncomo11 Jun 12, 2018

@panarasi Can you please share Launch.json for this as for me I am getting below error:
windows is not a valid platform

FYI I am tracking this under separate issue if you have any input please update it:
#719 (comment)

ncomo11 commented Jun 12, 2018

@panarasi Can you please share Launch.json for this as for me I am getting below error:
windows is not a valid platform

FYI I am tracking this under separate issue if you have any input please update it:
#719 (comment)

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