Before you open Google Play to register and publish this app (which is the next step), let's double-check a couple of things to ensure that our metadata is correct.
app/App_Resources/Android/app.gradle and ensure that the
applicationId is correct for your package name:
package.json at the root of the project and double-check the
nativescript.id there as well for good measure:
Now, you will need to generate an executable Android file for your application. On Android, this file has a
.apk extension, and you can generate this file using the NativeScript CLI.
tns run command you were using during NativeScript development actually generates a
.apk file for you and installs that file on an Android emulator or device. However, for a Google Play release, the build you create must also be code signed. You can refer to Android's documentation (https://developer.android.com/studio/publish/app-signing.html) on code signing if you want to dive into the...