React Native Test App (RNTA) provides test apps for all platforms as a package. It handles the native bits for you so you can focus on what's important: your product.
If you want to learn how RNTA is used at Microsoft, and see a demo of how to add it to an existing library - you can watch the "Improve all the repos – exploring Microsoft’s DevExp" talk by @kelset and @tido64 from React Native Europe 2021.
If you want to migrate an existing test app for a library, follow the dedicated guide in the wiki.
react-native-test-app as a dev dependency. We will use the wizard to
generate your test app:
yarn add react-native-test-app --dev yarn init-test-app
In this example, we will create a project named "sample" in
sample with test
apps for all platforms:
✔ What is the name of your test app? … sample ? Which platforms do you need test apps for? › Instructions: ↑/↓: Highlight option ←/→/[space]: Toggle selection a: Toggle all enter/return: Complete answer ◉ Android ◉ iOS ◉ macOS ◉ Windows ✔ Where should we create the new project?? … sample
yarn inside the new project folder:
cd sample yarn
Once the dependencies are installed, follow the platform specific instructions in the wiki.
All configuration of the test app is done via
app.json (otherwise known as the
manifest). You can learn more about that
in the dedicated wiki section.
Additionally, you can find platform specific documentation below:
For a list of known issues and workarounds, please refer to the Troubleshooting wiki.
Thank you for your interest in this project! We welcome all contributions and suggestions!
Take a look at CONTRIBUTING.md for details.
react-native-test-app is MIT licensed.