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  • Standard compliant React Native App Utilizing Ignite

⬆️ How to Setup

Step 1: git clone this repo:

Step 2: cd to the cloned repo:

Step 3: Install the Application with yarn

▶️ How to Run App

  1. cd to the repo
  2. Run Build for either OS
  • for iOS
    • run react-native run-ios
  • for Android
    • Run Genymotion
    • run react-native run-android

How to deploy app

If you're lucky enough to see then you now have access to ALL the magic that is needed to deploy this app on every platform/medium it is available.

🚫 Standard Compliant

js-standard-style This project adheres to Standard. Our CI enforces this, so we suggest you enable linting to keep your project compliant during development.

To Lint on Commit

This is implemented using ghooks. There is no additional setup needed.

Bypass Lint

If you have to bypass lint for a special commit that you will come back and clean (pushing something to a branch etc.) then you can bypass git hooks with adding --no-verify to your commit command.

Understanding Linting Errors

The linting rules are from JS Standard and React-Standard. Regular JS errors can be found with descriptions here, while React errors and descriptions can be found here.

🔐 Secrets

This project uses react-native-config to expose config variables to your javascript code in React Native. You can store API keys and other sensitive information in a .env file:


and access them from React Native like so:

import Secrets from 'react-native-config'

Secrets.API_URL  // ''
Secrets.GOOGLE_MAPS_API_KEY  // 'abcdefgh'

The .env file is ignored by git keeping those secrets out of your repo.