We'll download the requirements for getting started with React Native, refactor our app to ES6, walk through debugging, and talk about the philosophy behind React and React Native.
I am new to React and XCode. After watching this lesson, I pointed my browser to http://facebook.github.io/react-native/docs/getting-started.html#content and followed their getting started directions. This involved opening AwesomeProject.xcodeproj.
In XCode 6.3, I get an "issue": "No code signing identities found." Is this a concern?
This is also my first serious attempt to work on an Egghead.io lesson. Perhaps I should be using your code download, rather than what is on facebook.github.io?
Thanks -- Bob
I'm slowly working my way through the lesson. I'm using XCode / iOS 8.3 and the project builds okay. I don't yet have 'watcher' or 'flow' installed, I will try to find the source code and install it as a standard user rather than a privileged user. A little hard for a deaf person to follow since I can't hear the audio, but I'm managing very slowly.
This lesson also works fine if you build Node v0.12.2 from source code as a standard user and build watchman the same way. I have both installed in ~/local and my PATH variable points to it. I'm also using the latest XCode and Command Line Tools for XCode. Using homebrew to install Node and watchman isn't strictly needed, but using it can be less work.
I should have read some of these post before I started. I was not able to get pass the 6th video lecture because I'm using OS X Mavericks and Xcode 6.2. I believe I need Yosemite and a later version of Xcode to get the code to run properly. However, not all is lost since I have another computer with Yosemite.
Later...I got the code up and running on my other machine.
Thanks! All my sublime settings are in this tweet. https://twitter.com/tylermcginnis33/status/610920794189889536
Run this code in the console.
Hi Terry. Second time trying to run through the set up. First time using Xcode for anything. Both times I have run through the instructions, when I try to open the project via the Xcode GUI as you did in the video, i get the following error. "Xcode does not support opening folders without a project or workspace." If I run the file from the terminal via "open githubNotetaker.xcodeproj" it opens and the simulator build succeeds. Is doing it this way going to cause problems later? Is there something I needed to have done to get the project to open from the GUI?
Is there a recommended environment for following this tutorial? I ask because I am running into one error after the other in the simulator and xcode that i dont see referenced in the comments by others.
My current error is "Invariant Violation: Application githubNotetaker has not been registered. This is either due to a require() error during initialization or failure to call AppRegistry.registerComponent."