How to use the reactotron-react-native.default.clear function in reactotron-react-native

To help you get started, we’ve selected a few reactotron-react-native examples, based on popular ways it is used in public projects.

github easemob / webim-react-native / App / Config / ReactotronConfig.js View on Github external
// you can flag some of your actions as important by returning true here
      isActionImportant: action => action.type === StartupTypes.STARTUP,

      // you can flag to exclude certain types too... especially the chatty ones
      // except: ['EFFECT_TRIGGERED', 'EFFECT_RESOLVED', 'EFFECT_REJECTED', 'persist/REHYDRATE'],

      // Fires when Reactotron uploads a new copy of the state tree.  Since our reducers are
      // immutable with `seamless-immutable`, we ensure we convert to that format.
      onRestore: state => Immutable(state)
    }))

    // let's connect!
    .connect()

  // Let's clear Reactotron on every time we load the app
  Reactotron.clear()

  // Totally hacky, but this allows you to not both importing reactotron-react-native
  // on every file.  This is just DEV mode, so no big deal.
  console.tron = Reactotron
} else {
  // a mock version should you decide to leave console.tron in your codebase
  console.tron = {
    log: () => false,
    warn: () => false,
    error: () => false,
    display: () => false,
    image: () => false
  }
}
github infinitered / ignite / packages / ignite-ir-boilerplate / boilerplate / App / Config / ReactotronConfig.js View on Github external
// you can flag to exclude certain types too... especially the chatty ones
      // except: ['EFFECT_TRIGGERED', 'EFFECT_RESOLVED', 'EFFECT_REJECTED', 'persist/REHYDRATE'],

      // Fires when Reactotron uploads a new copy of the state tree.  Since our reducers are
      // immutable with `seamless-immutable`, we ensure we convert to that format.
      onRestore: state => Immutable(state)
    }))

    // register the redux-saga plugin so we can use the monitor in CreateStore.js
    .use(sagaPlugin())

    // let's connect!
    .connect()

  // Let's clear Reactotron on every time we load the app
  Reactotron.clear()

  // Totally hacky, but this allows you to not both importing reactotron-react-native
  // on every file.  This is just DEV mode, so no big deal.
  console.tron = Reactotron
} else {
  // a mock version should you decide to leave console.tron in your codebase
  console.tron = {
    log: () => false,
    warn: () => false,
    error: () => false,
    display: () => false,
    image: () => false
  }
}
github infinitered / ignite / ignite-base / App / Config / ReactotronConfig.js View on Github external
// you can flag to exclude certain types too... especially the chatty ones
      // except: ['EFFECT_TRIGGERED', 'EFFECT_RESOLVED', 'EFFECT_REJECTED', 'persist/REHYDRATE'],

      // Fires when Reactotron uploads a new copy of the state tree.  Since our reducers are
      // immutable with `seamless-immutable`, we ensure we convert to that format.
      onRestore: state => Immutable(state)
    }))

    // register the redux-saga plugin so we can use the monitor in CreateStore.js
    .use(sagaPlugin())

    // let's connect!
    .connect()

  // Let's clear Reactotron on every time we load the app
  Reactotron.clear()

  // Totally hacky, but this allows you to not both importing reactotron-react-native
  // on every file.  This is just DEV mode, so no big deal.
  console.tron = Reactotron
} else {
  // a mock version should you decide to leave console.tron in your codebase
  console.tron = {
    log: () => false,
    warn: () => false,
    error: () => false,
    display: () => false,
    image: () => false
  }
}
github pillarwallet / pillarwallet / reactotron.config.js View on Github external
} = require('reactotron-react-native');

    const { reactotronRedux } = require('reactotron-redux');

    Reactotron.configure({
      name: 'PillarWallet',
      enabled: true,
    })
      .use(trackGlobalErrors())
      .use(openInEditor())
      .use(overlay())
      .use(reactotronRedux())
      .use(networking())
      .connect();

    Reactotron.clear();

    global.Reactotron = Reactotron;
  }
};