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react-native-flavor-cli v1.0.4

this package will run your android react-native project based on you choice of flavors and dimensions

react-native-flavor-cli

this package will run your android react-native project based on you choice of flavors and dimensions

oclif Version Downloads/week License

* [react-native-flavor-cli](#react-native-flavor-cli) * [Setup](#setup) * [Usage](#usage) * [Commands](#commands)

Setup

First install the react-native-flavor-cli in global mode

  npm install -g react-native-flavor-cli

OR

  yarn global add react-native-flavor-cli

and then add needed gradle task to the android/app/build.gradle file

task saveRnfcliData () {
   group "rnfcli"
   def flavorsDetail = []
   def dimensions = []
   doLast {
       android.productFlavors.all {flavor ->
           def temp = ["${flavor.name}" , "${flavor.dimension}"]
           flavorsDetail.add(temp)
           if(!dimensions.contains("${flavor.dimension}")){
               dimensions.add("${flavor.dimension}")
           }
       }
       def flavorDetailsJson = JsonOutput.toJson(flavorsDetail)
       println flavorDetailsJson
       def productFlavorsFile = new File("../flavors.json")
       productFlavorsFile.deleteOnExit()

       productFlavorsFile.write(flavorDetailsJson.toString())

       def dimensionsJson = JsonOutput.toJson(dimensions)
       def dimensionsFile = new File("../dimensions.json")
       dimensionsFile.deleteOnExit()
       dimensionsFile.write(dimensionsJson.toString())
   }
}

and then import groovy.json.JsonOutput in android/app/build.gradle file your android/app/build.gradle should be somthing like this :

apply plugin: "com.android.application"

import com.android.build.OutputFile
import groovy.json.JsonOutput
...
...
...
...
...
task saveRnfcliData () {
   group "rnfcli"
   def flavorsDetail = []
   def dimensions = []
   doLast {
       android.productFlavors.all {flavor ->
           def temp = ["${flavor.name}" , "${flavor.dimension}"]
           flavorsDetail.add(temp)
           if(!dimensions.contains("${flavor.dimension}")){
               dimensions.add("${flavor.dimension}")
           }
       }
       def flavorDetailsJson = JsonOutput.toJson(flavorsDetail)
       println flavorDetailsJson
       def productFlavorsFile = new File("../flavors.json")
       productFlavorsFile.deleteOnExit()

       productFlavorsFile.write(flavorDetailsJson.toString())

       def dimensionsJson = JsonOutput.toJson(dimensions)
       def dimensionsFile = new File("../dimensions.json")
       dimensionsFile.deleteOnExit()
       dimensionsFile.write(dimensionsJson.toString())
   }
}
preBuild.dependsOn(saveRnfcliData)

Important

and then sync gradle in android studio, new task will be added to rnfcli group in gradle panel, when gradle sync finished open gradle panel and open app -> rnfcli, right click on saveRnfcliData and choose Execute Before Build.

after all these steps open a cmd/terminal in your react-native project root directory and run this command :

rnf-cli init

Usage

```sh-session $ npm install -g react-native-flavor-cli $ rnf-cli COMMAND running command... $ rnf-cli (-v|--version|version) react-native-flavor-cli/1.0.4 darwin-x64 node-v8.11.4 $ rnf-cli --help [COMMAND] USAGE $ rnf-cli COMMAND ... ```

Commands

* [`rnf-cli build-android`](#rnf-cli-build-android) * [`rnf-cli clean-android`](#rnf-cli-clean-android) * [`rnf-cli help [COMMAND]`](#rnf-cli-help-command) * [`rnf-cli init`](#rnf-cli-init) * [`rnf-cli reset`](#rnf-cli-reset) * [`rnf-cli run-android`](#rnf-cli-run-android) * [`rnf-cli start`](#rnf-cli-start)

rnf-cli build-android

Generate Apk based on your flavor choices

USAGE
  $ rnf-cli build-android

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  This command will ask you name of product flavors based on dimensions from build.gradle file and then generates new 
  apk for you.

See code: src/commands/build-android.js

rnf-cli clean-android

Cleans Your Android Project

USAGE
  $ rnf-cli clean-android

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  This will run gradle clean in android folder of your react-native project

See code: src/commands/clean-android.js

rnf-cli help [COMMAND]

display help for rnf-cli

USAGE
  $ rnf-cli help [COMMAND]

ARGUMENTS
  COMMAND  command to show help for

OPTIONS
  --all  see all commands in CLI

See code: @oclif/plugin-help

rnf-cli init

Setup Rnf-cli in you react-native project

USAGE
  $ rnf-cli init

OPTIONS
  -e, --entryfile=entryfile  react-native project entry file

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  This will create new rnf-config.json in your root folder of your project, please add this to your git.

See code: src/commands/init.js

rnf-cli reset

This will run react-native start -- --reset-cache

USAGE
  $ rnf-cli reset

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Command for reseting metro bundler and restarting it.

See code: src/commands/reset.js

rnf-cli run-android

This will run your react-native android project based on your product flavor choices

USAGE
  $ rnf-cli run-android

OPTIONS
  -f, --fresh=fresh  use fresh run options, user true or false

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  For running your react-native android app with rnf-cli please follow the steps in documentation.

See code: src/commands/run-android.js

rnf-cli start

This will run react-native start in your current working directory (process.cwd)

USAGE
  $ rnf-cli start

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Please make sure you are in the right project folder when you want to use this command.

See code: src/commands/start.js

rnf-cli build-android

Generate Apk based on your flavor choices

USAGE
  $ rnf-cli build-android

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  This command will ask you name of product flavors based on dimensions from build.gradle file and then generates new
  apk for you.

See code: src/commands/build-android.js

rnf-cli clean-android

Cleans Your The Android Project

USAGE
  $ rnf-cli clean-android

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  This will run gradle clean in andorid folder of your react-native project

See code: src/commands/clean-android.js

rnf-cli help [COMMAND]

display help for rnf-cli

USAGE
  $ rnf-cli help [COMMAND]

ARGUMENTS
  COMMAND  command to show help for

OPTIONS
  --all  see all commands in CLI

See code: @oclif/plugin-help

rnf-cli init

Setup Rnf-cli in you react-native project

USAGE
  $ rnf-cli init

OPTIONS
  -e, --entryfile=entryfile  react-native project entry file

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  This will create new rnf-config.json in your root folder of your project, please add this to your git.

See code: src/commands/init.js

rnf-cli reset

This will run react-native start -- --reset-cache

USAGE
  $ rnf-cli reset

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Command for reseting metro bundler and restarting it.

See code: src/commands/reset.js

rnf-cli run-android

This will run your react-native android project based on your product flavor choices

USAGE
  $ rnf-cli run-android

OPTIONS
  -f, --fresh=fresh  use fresh run options, user true or false

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  For running your react-native android app with rnf-cli please follow the steps in documentation.

See code: src/commands/run-android.js

rnf-cli start

This will run react-native start in your current working directory (process.cwd)

USAGE
  $ rnf-cli start

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Please make sure you are in the right project folder when you want to use this command.

See code: src/commands/start.js

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