Expo SDK 40 is now available (blog.expo.io)
Dec 09, 2020
Today we’re announcing our fourth and final SDK release of 2020, Expo SDK 40. SDK 40 includes React Native 0.63, mostly the same version as SDK 39 but with some additional bugfixes cherry-picked on top.
How to use Expo with React Native (robinwieruch.de)
Aug 05, 2020
Expo is a powerful environment for React Native which helps you from creation to distribution of your React Native apps. Without the need to directly use XCode (iOS) or Android Studio, Expo allows you to see your work in progress apps on a phone, emulator, or browser.
The Expo SDK 39 Roadmap (blog.expo.io)
Jul 05, 2020
After releasing SDK 38 about a week ago and following up on some loose ends, the Expo team is starting to work on SDK 39. Our top priorities for SDK 39 are: support for iOS 14, fixing bugs, the Updates and Splash Screen modules, and internal refactoring.
From Idea to 1M Users in a Week with Expo (blog.expo.io)
Apr 22, 2020
We asked Julien Lavigne du Cadet, VP of Engineering at Zoe, to spend some precious moments sharing about the whirlwind week he spent building and scaling the COVID-19 Symptom Tracker with a tiny team of volunteers from Zoe engineering and design.
Expo SDK 37 is now available (blog.expo.io)
Apr 01, 2020
Today, we’re announcing our first release of the decade! Expo SDK v37.0.0 (which uses React Native 0.61 internally) is our Spring release, but also inaugurates a new, bolder approach to empowering developers.
Expo SDK 36 is now available (blog.expo.io)
Dec 10, 2019
SDK 36 is a maintenance release: along with the new version of React Native, it includes many bugfixes, consistency improvements, and quality of life enhancements.
Testing Universal React (Native) Apps with Jest and Expo! (blog.expo.io)
Sep 26, 2019
Unit testing with Jest is an integral part of projects that are built with React. But we’ve also found that sometimes entire classes of bugs slip through with several Jest configurations, such as the preset included with React Native, and the testing never seems to really cover everything.
React Native and Expo at Flexport (blog.expo.io)
Sep 10, 2019
You can now use Expo APIs in any React Native app (blog.expo.io)
Feb 28, 2019
Starting today, you can use as little or as much of the Expo SDK as you like in any React Native app. We’ve spent a lot of time building and maintaining these cross-platform APIs for native features, and we’re happy to finally share them with the entire React Native ecosystem and to continue evolving them as a together.