Android iOS Emulator
A small Visual Studio Code extention to run Android and iOS Simulators in a click.
Running iOS simulators only works on Mac with Xcode!
Select and run your emulator from Visual Studio Code.
Open all commands with
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:
Your visual studio code settings are found here:
You now have the option to start Android emulators in cold boot modus. Activate it in your settings in Visual Studio Code:
To run iOS emulators Xcode is required.
If your Xcode or simulator is not installed in the default location it is possible to set the correct path of the Simulator.app file:
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