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bundletool

An unoficial wrapper around google's bundletool


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Bundletool

A very simplistic wrapper around bundletool.

Requirements

You must have java JDK 8+ on your machine NodeJS 12.18.0 (lower might versions work but unsupported)

Installation

npm install bundletool or yarn add bundletool

Usage

import bundletool from "bundletool" // or the require equivalent

await bundletool([command], [args]); // async / await

bundletool([command], [args])
  .then(response => /* do something */)
  .catch(err => /* handle err */ );

API

async bundletool(command, [args])

ParameterDescriptionRequiredType
commandAny command available on bundletooltruestring
argsall arguments required for the previous commandfalsestring[]

Check the docs for more information on the commands and args available

Contribution

Always welcome. Check the guidelines and the TODO

By using this module you agree to this module's license and google's terms and conditions, which you can find in NOTICE.txt under the platform tools installation

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Package last updated on 15 Sep 2022

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