A small Visual Studio Code extention to run Android and iOS Simulators in a click.
Link to marketplace: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=DiemasMichiels.emulate
Running iOS simulators only works on Mac with Xcode!
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- On a mac if you have XCode installed with the proper tools, executing ns run ios from your terminal will launch the Simulator program with a default device. Alternatively, you can open the Simulator program on your mac, select which device(s) you want to open by navigating to File - Open Simulator and choosing the device to launch.
With the simulator running you can change between various iOS device types using the Simulator app’s Hardware- Device menu. If you’d like to launch simulators of a specific type right from the command line, without needing to manually mess with menus, you can use the PhoneGap team’s ios-sim tool.
Free Ios Emulator
Select and run your emulator from Visual Studio Code.
Open all commands with
Cmd-Shift-P and type
Emulator or click the Emulator icon in the top right.
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To run Android emulators you need to have Android studio and already created the Android Virtual Devices.
Add the Android Studio emulator script to your settings in Visual Studio Code:
You can either set the default path or specify a specific path for each operating system. The default path will always be the fallback.
'emulator.emulatorPathLinux': '~/Android/Sdk/emulator' Windows:
Your visual studio code settings are found here:
File -> Preferences -> Setting -> User Setting -> Extensions -> Emulator Configuration
You now have the option to start Android emulators in cold boot modus. Activate it in your settings in Visual Studio Code:
Android Cold Boot:
To run iOS emulators Xcode is required.
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