This react-native-billing string is a string resource ID that is used by react-native-fetch-blob to render the react native fetch blob. You can find the react native billing string by going to `/libs/bundle.js`.
I’ve been using this string to generate the billing URL, but last I checked it didn’t seem to cover all the billing requirements of any of the apps I use. That’s why I’m always looking for a better package string.
Yeah, there are some common strings that you can use, but this is a new string that has been added for react native. The package string should include the necessary billing URL and some other meta attributes.
Thats what I was thinking. Its nice to include some sort of meta attributes to a string if you use it. But this is nice too, because it makes it easier to parse the string.
I’ve been using react-native-billingstring.js with great success. Its a great string format, and a very useful one. When I started using it, I used to put the billing information on my billing.json file and it still works great. However, I found that I couldn’t use it with the react-native-billing-string package because that package is not available on npm.
And this is a problem because react-native-billingstring.js is a string format. It needs a resource id.
React Native takes this string and converts it into a hash. I dont think there is a resource id that uses that format.
I don’t know of a resource id using that string format that you could use with React Native.
So I went digging and found that React Native only supports string format strings. I just needed to find a resource id for React Native to use for its strings.
I’m not sure if you have seen the react-native-billingstring.js code. It is a string format that has a resource id. So I just need a resource id for react-native-billingstring.js to use.