Xbox is just one of the many target platforms for You.i React Native apps. Use the instructions below to run our quick start app on a Xbox console.
You can build a You.i React Native for Xbox on the Windows dev platform only. You should see the Environment Setup topic to verify that everything’s set up properly before you get start for Xbox.
Once your dev environment is all set up, we recommend running through our Quick Start Guide. But if our Quick Start isn’t quick enough for you, here’s an even quicker start.
Install the You.i TV command line interface tool, You.i Platform, and any required dependencies
youi-tv doctor requests.
yarn global add youi-cli youi-tv login # Enter your product key when prompted. youi-tv install 6.13.0 # If asked, accept most recent version of Babel or other dependencies youi-tv doctor # Resolve any missing components (but don't worry about Android for now)
Set up scaffolding for your app with
youi-tv init MyApp # Create a folder called MyApp for your project cd MyApp
Configure the following environment variable.
# set this environment variable (usually done from system settings) JAVA_HOME=C:Program Files\Java\jdk<version>
youi-tv doctor to validate your configuration.
Make any changes needed to meet the requirements.
Enable Developer Mode on your Xbox.
Log in as a user in the console and select Developer Home from the console’s home screen.
You’ll see the IP address and the port of the console at the bottom right of the screen.
Note down the IP address as you’ll require it later when you run the
youi-tv run command.
You need to PIN-pair your Xbox with Visual Studio.
If it’s not already running, start the Metro bundler (Yarn server) from your development platform.
yarn start # can be from any folder in your project
Ensure that your Windows computer, where you run the Yarn server, and the Xbox are on the same network.
Generate, build, deploy, and launch the UWP project.
cd MyApp youi-tv run -p uwp --device <device IP address> -pin <4-digit PIN>