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Zain Sajjad
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Dec 22, 2020 ⋅ 6 min read

React Native CI/CD using GitHub Actions

Zain Sajjad Head of Product Experience at Peekaboo Guru. In love with mobile machine learning, React, React Native, and UI designing.

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4 Replies to "React Native CI/CD using GitHub Actions"

  1. This was a great tutorial, but I think you forgot to mention that we should comment out `signingConfig signingConfigs.debug` in our `app/build.gradle` file, otherwise, the signing job will fail because the app was already signed in debug mode in the “Build Android App Bundle” job.

  2. How do you deal with the versionCode? It needs to be bumped for every release and the GitHub Actions used here don’t seem to do that.

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