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This package is part of the [React Native CLI](../../README.md). It contains utilities for building reusable commands targetting Apple platforms.


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@react-native-community/cli-platform-apple

This package is part of the React Native CLI. It contains utilities for building reusable commands targetting Apple platforms.

Installation

yarn add @react-native-community/cli-platform-apple

Usage

This package is intended to be used internally in React Native CLI and by out of tree platforms.

It exports builder commands that can be used to create custom run-, log- and build- commands for example: yarn run-<oot-platform>.

Inside of <oot-platform>/packages/react-native/react-native.config.js:

const {
  getBuildOptions,
  createBuild,
} = require('@react-native-community/cli-platform-apple');

const buildVisionOS = {
  name: 'build-visionos',
  description: 'builds your app for visionOS platform',
  func: createBuild({platformName: 'visionos'}),
  examples: [
    {
      desc: 'Build the app for visionOS in Release mode',
      cmd: 'npx react-native build-visionos --mode "Release"',
    },
  ],
  options: getBuildOptions({platformName: 'visionos'}),
};

module.exports = {
  commands: [buildVisionOS], // <- Add command here
  //..
};

cli-platform-apple also exports utilities to create OOT platform config.

  • getProjectConfig() - creates project config for given platform
  • getDependencyConfg() - creates dependency config for given platform

Example (<oot-platform>/packages/react-native/react-native.config.js):

platforms: {
    visionos: {
      npmPackageName: '@callstack/react-native-visionos',
      projectConfig: getProjectConfig({platformName: 'visionos'}),
      dependencyConfig: getDependencyConfg({platformName: 'visionos'}),
    },
    ..
  },

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