It is Part 3 in a series of the setup guide to configure the Staging and Production environments in the application.

Now, let us focus on setting up the android and iOS apps to have separate bundle ids, separate app name and Google Service files.

Setting up the app ids…


It is Part 2 in a series of the setup guide to configure the Staging and Production environments in the application.

To configure the iOS, we will have one scheme per environment file, so that we can easily toggle between them.

Start by creating a new scheme:

  • In the Xcode…


It is Part 1 in a series of the setup guide to configure the Staging and Production environments in the application.

For android, we will be using the product flavours. In the file android/app/build.gradle, we will add 2 flavours for our staging and release configuration after buildTypes:

flavorDimensions "appType"productFlavors…

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Today, I am going to make your life as a React Native developer bit easier. I am going to share how to configure Production and Staging environment configurations in your React Native Application.

Why do we need this configuration setup?

While developing an application, most probably, a situation will come…

Ajay Kumar

Software Engineer @ucreate.it

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