Builds the project for Android or iOS and produces an application package that you can manually deploy on a device or native emulator. You must specify the target platform for which you want to build your project.
When running this command the HMR (Hot Module Replacement) is not enabled by default. In case you want to enable HMR, you can pass
NOTE: When passing
--releaseCLI will disable HMR.
<Platform> is the target mobile platform for which you want to build your project. You can set the following target platforms.
android- Build the project for Android and produces an
APKthat you can manually deploy on a device or in the native emulator.
ios- Build the project for iOS and produces an
IPAthat you can manually deploy in the iOS Simulator or on a device.
--justlaunch- If set, does not print the application output in the console.
--release-If set, produces a release build by running webpack in production mode and native build in release mode. Otherwise, produces a debug build.
--device- Specifies a connected device/emulator to start and run the app.
<Device ID>is the index or
Device Identifierof the target device as listed by the
$ tns device <Platform> --available-devicescommand.
--hmr- Enables the hot module replacement (HMR) feature.
--env.*- Specifies additional flags that the bundler may process. Can be passed multiple times. Supported additional flags:
--env.aot- creates Ahead-Of-Time build (Angular only).
--env.snapshot- creates a V8 Snapshot decreasing the app start time (only for release builds for Android).
--env.compileSnapshot- compiles the static assets produced by
.sofiles allowing the native build to split them per architecture. This will reduce the app size when using the
--env.uglify- provides basic obfuscation and smaller app size.
--env.report- creates a Webpack report inside a
reportfolder in the root folder.
--env.sourceMap- creates inline source maps.
--env.hiddenSourceMap- creates sources maps in the root folder (useful for Crashlytics usage with bundled app in release).
--aab- Specifies that the command will produce and deploy an Android App Bundle.
--force- If set, skips the application compatibility checks and forces
npm ito ensure all dependencies are installed. Otherwise, the command will check the application compatibility with the current CLI version and could fail requiring
|appstore||Lists applications registered in iTunes Connect.|
|appstore upload||Uploads project to iTunes Connect.|
|build android||Builds the project for Android and produces an APK that you can manually deploy on device or in the native emulator.|
|build ios||Builds the project for iOS and produces an APP or IPA that you can manually deploy in the iOS Simulator or on device, respectively.|
|debug android||Debugs your project on a connected Android device or in a native emulator.|
|debug ios||Debugs your project on a connected iOS device or in a native emulator.|
|debug||Debugs your project on a connected device or in a native emulator.|
|deploy||Builds and deploys the project to a connected physical or virtual device.|
|run android||Runs your project on a connected Android device or in a native Android emulator, if configured.|
|run ios||Runs your project on a connected iOS device or in the iOS Simulator, if configured.|
|run||Runs your project on a connected device or in the native emulator for the selected platform.|
|test init||Configures your project for unit testing with a selected framework.|
|test android||Runs the tests in your project on Android devices or native emulators.|
|test ios||Runs the tests in your project on iOS devices or the iOS Simulator.|