$ git clone https://github.com/ecency/ecency-mobile.git
$ cd ecency-mobile
$ react-native start (Now your local server should start)
Reactotron for logging,
adb reverse tcp:9090 tcp:9090and restart app. For iOS, it should connect without futher config.
Timelinetab to track logs and network call
Statetab to track redux stage changes, to track particular store, add it by it's initilzing name, example:
react-native run-ios(this also run
react-native startif you didn't)
Settings -> ADB. Select “Use custom Android SDK tools” and update with your Android SDK directory.
It is important to make the work you are doing visible to other team members, especially because there are developers in different location. Even if you are not done the work on your patch, make sure to put a Pull Request up and leave a note that this is work in progress (WIP) so that others do not try to merge in your patch. If you would like to have someone in particular review your work, leave your patch as WIP and assign the developers that need to review or update your patch before it is ready to be reviewed by other team members.
When you create a pull request for your patch, make sure to leave all the information that other team members will need to understand the purpose of your patch as well.
If you resolved a issue or something You have to whern you commit your pr commit message include issue number for ex. resolved #10 or closed #10 etc.
What ever you want number of commit. Before create push squash your all commit. We need just what you do!
To report a non-critical issue, please file an issue on this GitHub project.
If you find a security issue please report details to: [email protected]
We will evaluate the risk and make a patch available before filing the issue.