nativescript-hook-env-files
by dobbydog | v0.1.1
A nativescript hook to replace file according to NODE_ENV value. Inspired by nativescript-hook-debug-production
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nativescript-hook-env-files

A nativescript hook to replace file according to NODE_ENV value. Inspired by nativescript-hook-debug-production

Example

Project directory structure

app
├ env.development.json # {"production": false}
├ env.production.json # {"production": true}
├ main.ts
...

In your app code

const env = require('./env.json');

console.log(env.production); // 'true' if tns build or run with NODE_ENV=production, otherwise 'false'.

Webpack+Angular support

Add hostReplacementPaths option to NativescriptAngularCompilerPlugin in your webpack.config.js.

// utility method for getting replacement targets.
const { getReplacementPaths } = require('nativescript-hook-env-files/webpack');
new nsWebpack.NativeScriptAngularCompilerPlugin({
entryModule: resolve(appPath, "app.module#AppModule"),
tsConfigPath: join(__dirname, "tsconfig.esm.json"),
skipCodeGeneration: !aot,
platformOptions: {
platform,
platforms,
},
hostReplacementPaths: getReplacementPaths(appFullPath, process.env.NODE_ENV || 'development'), // add this line
}),