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The beta period will last approximately a week, and it is an opportunity for developers to help ensure that the new release does not introduce any regressions for their particular system and app configurations.

SDK 43 beta includes React Native 0.64.2. The full release notes won’t be available until the…

A look into the history of Expo modules and why “react-native-unimodules” is being replaced with the “expo” package

The react-native-unimodules package is deprecated as of SDK 43, and the module system and autolinking implementation now live in the expo package instead, starting with expo@43.0.0-beta.

We…

Learn about the changes, how to try it out, and how to give feedback

The beta period will last approximately one week, and it is an opportunity for developers to help ensure that the new release does not introduce any regressions for their particular system and app configurations.

SDK 42 beta includes React Native 0.63, the same version as in SDKs 41 and 40…

hello! check out the second part of this post if you haven't already: https://blog.expo.io/expo-managed-workflow-in-2021-d1c9b68aa10

> Later in 2021, the Expo Development Client (a React Native library installable in any project that gives you the same experience as Expo Go) will enable developers to customize the runtime of their managed projects in development too. This will open up the possibility to install any React Native library in your Expo managed project. It will also enable developers managing their own native projects to set up client-based workflows.

no specific eta yet but we're working on it and it'll come later this year

Learn about the changes, how to try it out, and how to give feedback

The beta period will last approximately two weeks, and it is an opportunity for developers to ensure that the new release does not introduce any regressions for their particular system and app configurations.

SDK 41 beta includes React Native 0.63, the same version as in SDK 39 and 40. The…

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