Rick and Morty Wiki

This project is a Rick and Morty Wiki. Made using React Native to serve an infinite scrolling styled list of all the characters in the famous series Rick and Morty. Uses the Rick and Morty API to display the details of each character including- name, gender, origin, location, amount of residents, chapters the character is featured in, etc.

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For more details and troubleshooting: Setting up the development environment

Base dependencies

Folder structure

This template follows a very simple project structure:

  • src: This folder is the main container of all the code inside the application.
    • api: Folder to store all methods to fetch data from api.
    • components: Folder to store all the components that you see in the application
      • common: Folder to store any common component that you use throughout the app (such as a generic button)
      • Screen: Folder to store components specific to that Screen.
    • constants: Folder to store any kind of constant.
    • navigations: Folder to store the navigators.
    • screens: Folder that contains all the application screens.
      • Screen: Each screen is stored inside its folder as an index file.
    • utils: Folder that contains utility services.
    • types.ts: Stores all the types used in the project.
  • App.js: Main component that starts the whole app.
  • index.js: Entry point of the application as per React-Native standards.

Setup environments

Available Scripts

npm start

Runs the app in development mode.

To reset or clear the React Native packager’s cache, you can pass the --reset-cache flag to the start script:

npm start -- --reset-cache


yarn start -- --reset-cache

yarn test

Runs the jest test runner on the tests.

yarn run ios

Like npm start, but also attempts to open the app in the iOS Simulator if you’re on a Mac and have it installed.

yarn run android

Like yarn start, but also attempts to open the app on a connected Android device or emulator. Requires an installation of Android build tools (see React Native docs for detailed setup).

Generate production version

These are the steps to generate .apk, .aab and .ipa files


  1. Generate an upload key
  2. Setting up gradle variables
  3. Go to the android folder
  4. Execute ./gradlew assemble[Env][BuildType]

Note: You have three options to execute the project assemble: Generates an apk that you can share with others. install: When you want to test a release build on a connected device. bundle: When you are uploading the app to the Play Store.

For more info please go here.


  1. Go to the Xcode
  2. Select the schema
  3. Select ‘Any iOS device’ as target
  4. Product -> Archive

For more info please go here.


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