Commit bff5d093 authored by Thomas's avatar Thomas
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installation guide

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When installed, follow the installation wizard to setup node.js. Install the npm (package manager), if asked.
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Open the <i>node.js command prompt</i> and type
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```
npm install -g expo-cli
```
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```npm install -g expo-cli```
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When done, go to the path on your computer the code from GitLab is on, e.g. C:\Users\{yourname}\documents\gl-proj\TraCloSo by typing:
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```
cd {your path}
```
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```cd {your path}```
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Open it by typing
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```
npm start
```
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```npm start```
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To preview the project you need to download Expo Client App on your smartphone. Depending on the phone you have you can do this on the App Store or the Google Play Store.
Once you have the Expo Client App installed scan the QR Code that you saw when you ran npm start on the terminal. You will have to wait a couple of minutes at first while your project bundles and loads for the first time. After it has completed loading you will see a short message in the center of the screen.<br>
Once you have the Expo Client App installed scan the QR Code that you saw when you ran npm start on the terminal. You will have to wait a couple of minutes at first while your project bundles and loads for the first time. After it has completed loading you will see a short message in the center of the screen.<br><br>
In case you want to use a simulator, download Xcode for IOS and Android Studio for Android<br>
<i>If you are using Windows as an operating system you will not be able to download Xcode (due to Apple’s restrictions). Therefore, you need a physical IOS device</i>
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