Hi everyone ,
My name is Antreev Singh Brar and I am a 1st year-Computer Science student at IIT-Kanpur. I am looking for opportunities to grow as a Developer. I have good experience in React-Native and was actively involved in an Institute project on App Dev. I hope i can really contribute to this community and be a part of Gsoc 2020.
Hi everyone ,
Welcome to the community.
Have a look at the GSoC introduction and pick a first good project at GitHub to get known each other.
Feel free to get involved in ongoing discussions and offer your coding skills to help them.
@antreev-brar all set, any question?
@PackElend thanks for asking ,i am taking my time to get familiar with the codebase and trying to resolve an issue . I want to know how do i test my changes and run the new app ?
During my previous projects i used expo to run my app on ioS .
pretty good question how to test mobile apps if you don’t have a ios and/or android phone.
Both offering SDK with emulators I don’t know if that is enough? May the community can help us out here?
For providing evidence that you code is working, we would like to see screenshots, gifs or screen recordings.
Le jeu. 13 févr. 2020 à 13:23, Antreev Brar via Joplin Forum firstname.lastname@example.org a écrit :
@PackElend Thanks for the quick reply but i would like to know more on how to run this joplin master codebase on ioS emulator. Perhaps if you can describe me some steps ,than that would be really helpful.
Did you go through the introductory post? 🌞 Thinking of joining GSoC 2020? Please read this first! 🌞
In particular it says to read BUILD.md where you’ll find the instructions below, which explain how to build and run the application. Did you try this? And if you did, what didn’t work?
Building the Mobile application
First you need to setup React Native to build projects with native code. For this, follow the instructions on the Get Started tutorial, in the “React Native CLI Quickstart” tab.
npm run tsc cd ReactNativeClient npm install react-native run-ios # Or: react-native run-android
Running your app on a simulator or virtual device
Expo CLI allows you to run your React Native app on a physical device without setting up a development environment. If you want to run your app on the iOS Simulator or an Android Virtual Device, please refer to the instructions for “React Native CLI Quickstart” to learn how to install Xcode or set up your Android development environment.
Once you’ve set these up, you can launch your app on an Android Virtual Device by running
npm run android, or on the iOS Simulator by running
npm run ios(macOS only).
what may end up with the same said in my link
@laurent i tried building the app as per the given instructions . I was able to successfully build the app as per the “Get Started” (tutorial) on the React Native official page.
Then after that when i ran
npm run tsc
in terminal ,it gave me an error . I am attaching a screenshot of terminal window.
i would really appreciate if you can point out where it’s breaking down.
@antreev-brar I think you’ve missed building Tools:
npm install && cd Tools && npm install && cd .. (run in the root folder)
@daukadolt thanks for the quick reply . You were right, somehow i think i may have missed that ,now i am just facing an issue on the last command
Here is a screenshot of terminal ,i hope you can help me with this one more time.
@antreev-brar I haven’t built the mobile version yet, but seeing your logs I think you need to do
npm install -g react-native-cli
@daukadolt just tried it .
Missing write access implies the need for using
sudo prefix in the command, but that’s strange. I’ve never seen that problem on MacOS. For now you could do
sudo npm install -g react-native-cli, but that’s a bad practice (in my honest opinion). I’d suggest you to take a look at https://github.com/nvm-sh/nvm.
@daukadolt I did install react native using sudo, but can you tell me the possible scenarios why the BUILD can fail ?
I am really grateful that you are taking out your precious time to help me build the environment in my system .
@daukadolt I’mffollowing the discussion.
I’m wondering if there is not any kind of check scrip, to prove if all libraries are installed.
How about a standard project to compile fir purely debugging, if that works all is set.
Sorry I mainly on mobile these days, can’t write that much
From some research you could take a look at this discussion. Try to run down the issue timeline, take a look at most liked replies.
I haven’t done any react Joplin yet, so this is purely from doing some google research.
Hope it helps.
@PackElend not that I’m aware of.
I just follow BUILD.md