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React Native By Example by Richard Kho

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Summary

That's it for this chapter! You've just taken your first step into publishing the apps you build with React Native for both iOS and Android devices.

In this chapter, we learned about the requirements and costs of signing up for developer accounts to publish our apps to the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Then we looked at the requirements for submitting an app to those marketplaces, including app icons and screenshots.

We also built and uploaded app files for both platforms, generated a signed APK for our Android app, and then submitted the apps for distribution. Finally, we discovered how to make our apps available for prerelease testing with TestFlight for iOS and the Google Developer Console for Android.

In the final chapter, ...

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