GLOSSARY

complete native application descriptor

A complete native application descriptor is a string with format [nativeAppName]:[platform]:[version]
    nativeAppName : alphanumeric native application name , cannot contain character ':'
    platform : one of android or ios
    version : alphanumeric , cannot contain character ':'

partial native application descriptor

A partial native application descriptor is a string with format [nativeAppName], platform and version can remain optional.
    nativeAppName : alphanumeric native application name , cannot contain character ':'

Electrode Native module name

The Electrode Native module name applies to modules created with Electrode Native cli.
    Module names should be alphanumeric and cannot start with a digit or underscore
    create-miniapp, create-api and create-api-impl commands allow passing Electrode Native module name as its arguments.
For example, ern create-miniapp mymovie-miniapp, ern create-api mymovie-api will create mymovie-miniapp and react-native-mymovie-api respectively.

package path

A package path is a string representing the path (local or remote) to a Node Package. In the context of Electrode Native, a few package path formats are supported (as illustrated by the following samples) :
Package in remote git repository:
    git+ssh://[email protected]:electrode-io/movielist-miniapp.git
    git+ssh://[email protected]:electrode-io/movielist-miniapp.git#0.0.9
    https://github.com/electrode-io/movielist-miniapp.git
    https://github.com/electrode-io/movielist-miniapp.git#0.0.9
For GitHub SSH urls it is also possible to use the default GitHub format:
The string following the optional # denotes a branch/tag or specific commit SHA.
Package on local file system :
    file:/etc/movielist-miniapp
    /etc/movielist-miniapp
Package on npm registry:

Container publishers

The following Container publishers are currently available:
The README of each of these publishers contain information related to their usage and configuration.
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