Managed Workflow Fundamentals. Bare Workflow Essentials. Using Expo client in Bare Workflow It's not currently possible to include your own native code in the Expo client, so it might surprise you to learn that it is still possible to run your bare app in the Expo client. Inside a freshly initialized bare project, run expo start and you can now run it in the client. Read on to learn more about the limitations, why you might want to still use the client in spite of the limitations, and patterns you can apply to make this work well for you. What are the limitations? You will not be able to use the parts of your app that require custom native code. To run your bare app in the Expo client, you need to avoid calling any custom native code native code that isn't included in the Expo SDK. For some apps this may mean that you won't be able to use the Expo client almost at all — for example, if your app depends on custom native code for something as fundamental as navigation or state management eg: Realm or the Firebase native SDK then not much of your app will be usable in the client. If your app only has some in app purchases, analytics, a custom map view, an AR view, and so on, then this may actually work great for you — that particular functionality would not be usable in the client but the rest of the app still would be.
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Managed Workflow Fundamentals. Bare Workflow Essentials. Bare Workflow Walkthrough If you're a top-down learner and you would like to get a high-level understanding of what it looks like to build an app with the bare workflow, this is the right place for you. Feel free to skip this if you just want to write code as quickly as possible — Up and Running is for you. Initialize a project. Note: You may see several peerDependencies warnings when installing the dependencies for a new project. These are caused by some external packages having overly strict or unnecessary dependencies, and it's a work in progress to clean them up. They won't cause any harm to your project. Existing React Native apps.
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