expo-cli-direct
A modified package based on expo-cli, use to call some Expo features directly without using expo-cli.
Last updated a year ago by hyperion0201 .
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expo-cli-direct

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expo-cli-direct is a a modded package from official expo-cli. You can use some expo features without using the expo-cli. Call directly inside your Node.js project, from your React app, or wherever you want.

Getting started

Using Yarn :

$ yarn add expo-cli-direct

or NPM :

$ npm install expo-cli-direct

Then, import to your project:

const expoAccount = require("expo-cli-direct/build/accounts");
const expoPublish = require("expo-cli-direct/build/commands/publish");
const expoBuilder = require("expo-cli-direct/build/commands/build/index");

API

expoAccount

login({usernameLogin:<username> , passwordLogin:<password>})

usernameLogin (string, required)

The Expo username you want to login.

password (string, required)

The Expo password you want to login

expoPublish

requirePublish(projectPath, options)


expoBuilder

requestAndroidBuild(projectPath, options)

requestIOSBuild(projectPath, options)


projectPath (string, required for expoBuilder, expoPublish)

The Expo project path (initialised by expo-cli or somewhere). app.json must be exist.

options (object, optional, default: {})

By passing options to some functions from expoBuilder, expoPublish, Expo will parse some informations from this object.

This is an example of options:

const options = {
  wait: true,
  releaseChannel: "default",
  clearCredentials: false,
  type: "simulator"
  appleId: "demo@gmail.com",
  appleIdPassword: "demo123"
};

wait (boolean, optional, default: false)

wait let Expo know if Expo continues to run some "heavy" commands such as build, wait. If wait is true, expoBuilder will run all async functions inside, print all log via console, until the build is completed. false let Expo mark the build as completed after it received a "queued" signal.

releaseChannel (string, required)

Every Expo project need a releaseChannel. Use release channels in Expo to send out different versions of your application to your users by giving them a URL or configuring your standalone app. You should use release channels if:

  • You have an app in production and need a testing environment.
  • You have multiple versions of your app.

clearCredentials (boolean, optional, default: false)

Please read this carefully or go to Building Standalone App for more informations. If you don't know what are you doing, remove this from options or make it false.

Google requires all Android apps to be digitally signed with a certificate before they are installed on a device or updated. Usually a private key and its public certificate are stored in a keystore. In the past, APKs uploaded to the store were required to be signed with the app signing certificate (certificate that will be attached to the app in store), and if the keystore was lost there was no way to recover or reset it. If you opt in to App Signing by Google Play you need to upload an APK signed with an upload certificate, and Google Play will strip that signature and replace it with one generated using the app signing certificate. Both the upload keystore and keystore with the app signing key are essentially the same mechanism, but if your upload keystore is lost or compromised, you can contact the Google Play support team to reset the key. From the build process's perspective, there is no difference whether an app is signed with an upload certificate or an app signing certificate. Either way, expo build:android will generate an APK signed with the keystore currently assigned to your application. If you want to generate an upload keystore manually, you can do that the same way you created your original keystore. See here to find more information about this process.

type (string, required, default: simulator for Android, archive for iOS)

type dedicate what type of building that Expo should do. There are two build types: simulator or archive. Request a build with simulator mean Expo will perform a build that return a .apk file for Android build or .tar.gz file for iOS. archive let Expo know it's the time to build a .ipa file. You will need to your Apple ID account, and passed the two-factor verification to perform this request.

appleId (string, required, default: undefined)

appleId is your Apple ID. Make sure your account is a developer account.

`appleIdPassword (string, required, default: undefined)

appleIdPassword is your Apple password.

More API and features coming soon.

Development

expo-cli-direct uses Lerna.js for fast developing. Make a change in your file and instantanously see your updates!

Packages

  • expo-cli: Expo CLI is the command line interface for developing, building and sharing Expo apps.
  • @expo/dev-tools: the web-based graphical user interface included in Expo CLI for quickly viewing logs, connecting testing devices, deploying updates and more.
  • xdl: the Expo development library is a dependency of both the CLI and Dev Tools user interfaces, doing all the heavy lifting behind the scenes.
  • @expo/schemer: a library for validating Expo configuration files.
  • @expo/json-file: a library for reading and writing JSON files.
  • @expo/osascript: a library for working with osascript which runs AppleScript code on macOS.
  • @expo/traveling-fastlane-darwin/@expo/traveling-fastlane-linux: JavaScript wrappers for managing iOS certs, based on Fastlane, which is a Ruby based app automation tool.

Clone the repository

Open your favorite Terminal and run these commands.

git clone https://github.com/hyperion0201/expo-direct.git
cd expo-direct
yarn run bootstrap  (Installs dependencies, links and builds packages.)
yarn start (start watching and automatically re-building packages when there are new changes.)

Publishing a release

To publish a new release, run this command (you must have two-factor authentication enabled for npm):

node ./scripts/publish.js

The command will bump the versions of all packages with changes since the previous release and publish them in the correct order. For each changed package, it will ask, if the changes require a new major version (breaking changes), minor version (new backwards compatible functionality) or just a patch version (backwards compatible bug fixes).

Original source code from Expo.

License

Expo

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