Latest commit 870b8f5 Feb 14, 2018

README.md

react-native-debugger-open NPM version

Replace open debugger-ui with Chrome to open React Native Debugger from react-native packager

[macOS] If you opened the app before (registered URI scheme), you can use this patch open the app automatically. [Linux / Windows] Currently it cannot open the app automatically, it just send set-debugger-loc request, so you need open the app yourself.

Screenshot

demo

Demo with initial project of Create React Native App (Expo)

Installation

First, install React Native Debugger.

In your React Native project:

$ npm i --save-dev react-native-debugger-open # or -g

Usage

Inject to react-native packager

Add command to your project's package.json:

"scripts": {
  "postinstall": "rndebugger-open"
}

It will be run after npm install. (You can run npm run postinstall first) The ./node_modules/react-native/local-cli/server/middleware/getDevToolsMiddleware.js code will be replaced.

Use REACT_DEBUGGER env of react-native packager

Instead of Inject to react-native packager, you can just do:

$ REACT_DEBUGGER="rndebugger-open --open --port 8081" npm start

# Windows
$ set REACT_DEBUGGER="rndebugger-open --open --port 8081" && npm start

Options (--option)

Name Description
macos Use react-native-macos module name instead of react-native. Default is false
revert Revert rndebugger-open injection. Default is false
open Run open directly instead of inject patch
port Specified react-native packager port with --open option. Default is 8081
expo Use Expo's RN packager port if you're not specified port.

You can also Launch by CLI or React Native packager instead of this package.

LICENSE

MIT