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It is very new to me see this problem which started happening recently. Previously my app used to work fine on the iOS simulator by running this command
react-native run-ios. Now I have done a lot of research and made my app run via XCode. But somehow the metro bundler is not linked when the app runs via XCode.
I tried running the app via
react-native run-ios and every time I am seeing this error. It is too big to copy paste every error here, but here are some of them:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-03 at 23:46
I am guessing all third party Pods will need to update their RN Pod Specs to use
XCFrameworks. That's what I just did and it seems to work ok.
This means that you, as an RN package user, you will either need to wait for the package authors to update their podspecs to use
XCFrameworks or add a build config that excludes the 'arm64' arch (but then will not work on M1 macs).
Alternatively, you can visit the
node_modules//thrid-party.podspec and update it yourself. But that means you will need to build the
XCFrameworks yourself too. So.....
I've been trying to download
firstname.lastname@example.org, however it's been giving me an error. Here are the logs when trying to run
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-10 at 23:55
For fixing the errors try the following :
clean the npm cache
I am trying to implement react-native-maps in my App (react native version 64.1)
This is the source I'm using to integrate maps to my app
when I try to sync my project using Android Studio I get these errors (screenshot):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-23 at 12:06
Before running the
run-android run command, navigate to the android directory and enter
./gradlew clean command. After that enter the
run-android command again.
hi I have a list of project website in my website and by clicking view projects button, my websites which already are on display will hide and then show by clicking again. I need to start from not viewing the websites and then clicking the button to show and clicking to remove so I need to reverse what I have currently...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-06 at 11:23
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I'm trying to make buttons for converting between color models (hex, rgb, hsl). I've created a button that generates a random color when clicked on. And I've created a class that generates the random color in rgb and has methods to convert it to hex or hsl. I tried creating a "click" event listener on each of the color model buttons but I'm not able to access the newly generated color object that I made through the class (block scope).
Should I have just used normal functions to convert instead of a class constructor?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-03 at 06:47
Your code seems fine, but your hex, rgb and hsl buttons were not wired up. I added a variable
curRGB to store the current RGB values (though there is probably a more elegant getter/setter for your Class that could be written). I did take a stab at the
After reading https://reactnative.dev/docs/environment-setup, I created a react-native project using
npx react-native init ***.
It was successful, so, I tried to run the project using
npx react-native run-ios, and got the below error:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-05 at 18:28
From mmemories, it's necessary to execute
pod install command before !
I got my new Macbook Pro which has M1 chip.
I tried to run my react native project but stucked on pod install.
After that, I created an empty project and tried on that still getting the same error....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-31 at 18:25
I realized that homebrew installation messed up cocoapods.
Simply, I uninstalled homebrew and start from beginning. Then it worked.
After upgrading Xcode to 12.5 and iOS to 14.5, I can't run the iOS app on a real device nor in the simulator.
npm run ios, I get this message:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-28 at 06:13
There is an open RN issue here: https://github.com/facebook/react-native/issues/31179
For me commenting out
Flipper in the
pod install, and rebuild worked as a temp solution.
I have created a custom component in ionic 5 and this are the steps.
Step 1: Create a component
ionic g component components/FlashCard
Step 2: Create a module for this component.
ionic g module components/FlashCard
Step 3: Import
FlashCardComponent to flash-card.module.ts file.
Step 4: Import
FlashCardModule on the module.ts file of your desired page.
This is the post I took the steps from: Ionic 4 custom components
I have some custom sccs code in the component:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-24 at 14:50
Your component is named
app-flash-card but your scss file declares
flash-card. So updating it might help:
Hey Stackoverflow community,
I am completely new to React Native and already struggling in the first step. I have done everything according to this site: https://reactnative.dev/docs/environment-setup
I have installed node and watchman I have X Code running for the simulation I have installed cocoa pods The editor I am using is VS Code and the terminal is iTerm.
I created a test project like described in the doc....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-03 at 16:39
You need an additional step :
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