Today we’re announcing our third release of 2020, Expo SDK 39. SDK 39 brings tons of quality-of-life improvements across our entire suite of tools: the Expo development clients, Expo CLI, documentation, and of course our SDK. Read on for more details!
Significant known regressions that have been brought to our attention have been resolved. Read more here, and thank you for bearing with us!
Today, we’re announcing our summer 2020 release, ☀️😎 Expo SDK 38 🍉☀️ ! SDK 38 continues both our focus on reliability and our investment in developer flexibility, as we work towards supporting fully customizable apps across Expo’s entire suite of tools. Additionally, SDK 38 includes support for React Native 0.62, new and revamped templates, and a couple of useful new modules.
SDK 38 is the second of four quarterly SDKs we plan to release this year. Read on for more details about what’s included!
Earlier this year, we embarked on a complete rewrite of the Expo Notifications module. We’re excited that the revamped API is now more predictable, lets you control your notifications more easily, and is 100% compatible with both the Bare and Managed workflows! …
Last month, we released the first version of
expo-updates along with SDK 37. This library allows you to use Expo’s over-the-air updates in any React Native app. We’re excited to see many developers are already using this library through our Bare workflow, and we’re thankful for all your great feedback.
Today we’re releasing
firstname.lastname@example.org, which simplifies the workflow around updates. Now, if you want to add
expo-updates to an existing React Native app, here’s what you do: