Kindly note that we filter out plugins that:
$ tns plugin add nativescript-content-providers
git clone https://github.com/NathanWalker/nativescript-plugin-seed.git myplugin
npm install -g typescript
npm run postclone
npm run setup
This seed expands on several things presented here.
The seed is prepared to allow you to test and try out your plugin via the demo folder.
Additionally it provides a proper .gitignore to keep GitHub tidy as well as .npmignore to ensure everyone is happy when you publish your plugin via npm.
You will want to create these folders and files in the root:
Doing so will open up those native apis to your plugin :)
Take a look at these existing plugins for how that can be done very simply:
npm run demo.ios
npm run demo.android
Those demo tasks are just general helpers. You may want to have more granular control on the device and/or emulator you want to run. For that, you can just run things the manual way:
// when developing, to ensure the latest code is built into the demo, it's a guarantee to remove the plugin and add it back
tns plugin remove nativescript-content-providers
tns plugin add ..
// manual platform adds
tns platform add ios
tns platform add android
Then use any of the available options from the tns command line:
When you have everything ready to publish:
npm run build
Or at least help keep it up to date with NativeScript releases, which would be excellent.
npm install -g typescript // if you don't already have it
git clone https://github.com/NathanWalker/nativescript-plugin-seed
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