Published on June 5, 2017 by LevelUpTuts

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3 Comments on "React Native For Everyone #2 – iOS Setup & Simulator"

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Luis Rizo
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Luis Rizo
1 month 43 minutes ago

When i do "npm run ios", the simulator start up, but it does not look like yours. Mine already has regular apps such as Calendar, Photos, Maps, etc.. Any ideas why?

The_Deconstruction_Of_Falling_Stars
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28 days 1 hour ago

Had the same issue. I hit ctrl-c twice in the terminal window to stop the simulator and relaunched. When the simulator launched the second time it asked me right off the bat if I want to launch expo. Clicked yes, got the expo dev screen and at the top of it in the simulator there was a button to take me to the react page. Hope this helps.

Amirul Hijaz Alias
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Amirul Hijaz Alias
1 month 21 days ago

is it okay if i proceed without xcode since im using windows? also i tried to make the hello world seems fine. Really appreciate your reply

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