How to run React Native at appetize

In this article, I show you how to run React Native at appetize. I never thought that I would encounter such a problem upload and launch React Native iOS to Appetize in 2018, namely the search for an online emulator to run an application on React Native under ios. In 2016, there were several online emulators on the market:

  1. React Native Playground — do not work
  2. Reploy.io — do not work
  3. Appetize.io – still working
  4. Siphon — do not work

3 of 4 projects are closed. Appetize alone. It took several hours of surfing the Internet and trying to upload your react native app there. Below is a detailed guide on how to load the react native app to appetize.

Here are 6 simple steps on how to upload and run React Native at appetize

1. React Native ejection iOS app if you use Expo

2. Open .xcodeproj file

3. Remove localhost from info.plist

before:

after:

4. Build a release configuration.

5. Build an app with release scheme

react-native run-ios --configuration Release

6. archive and upload to appetize

Originally published at code.market on February 23, 2019.

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