React Native: Print: Entry, ":CFBundleIdentifier", Does Not Exist


So you've run

$ react-native run-ios

and you got:

Command failed: /usr/libexec/PlistBuddy -c Print:CFBundleIdentifier build/Build/Products/Debug-iphonesimulator/MYAPP.app/Info.plist
Print: Entry, ":CFBundleIdentifier", Does Not Exist


Just stop running that command again and again and try to build the project directly from xcode, you'll grasp more detailed information.


This is fucking pain ...

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React virtualized infinite scrolling table, how to

infinite scrolling react react virtualized

React Virtualized is a nice lib providing interesting components used to manage large amount of data.

It is also quite well documented and comes with some examples, but the components are somewhat complex at a first sight, and it's not a 5 minutes lib, in a world when you have 10 minutes to develop an entire project. So it may be scaring at the beginning, but if you just have the time to fully understand how it works you'll see ...

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How to mock websocket endpoints

npm js mock nodejs

Have you ever need to mock some sort of websocket endpoint during the early stage of development of an application? I do. I could easily mock REST apis with json-server, but then I had to wrote something allowing me to mock sokects also.

The result is ws-server-ftw (ws-server was taken on npm, uh). Let's start with a screencast...

Basically, ws-server-ftw provides a way to easily mock websocket endpoints, serving a json file or a js file exporting an object. Using ...

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A shiny Hamster report template

productivity hamster

Hamster is a gnome time tracker application which aims to increase your productivity by monitoring the time spent on different projects and activities. It's quite simple, its usage is straightforward and I think this is it's greatest feature!

Hamster let's you export your data in html format, but the default template isn't very attractive, this is the reason I spent some time to create a new report template based on semantic UI.

You can find it on my github account ...

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Inspect redux store in remote applications

react tips

Sometimes it may be usefull to access the redux store also in the remote deployed application.

Here are 3 simple steps you may use to accomplish it with google chrome:

  1. Install react developer tools
  2. Select the Provider component in the react inspector tab
  3. Open your console, digit $r.props.store.getState()


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