Native End to End Testing
Right now using detox with Expo isn't a great experience (IMHO), plus I get the feeling the detox team doesn't enjoy supporting expo. Fair enough for the wix team, it reduces their support requests but makes recommending detox unlikely. Having experienced the dizzying joys of cypress testing with expo-web, the greatest wish at our company would be for an expo e2e testing tool that lets us test native iOS/Android using expo! We'd happily pay for features like test recording, or test runner servers etc. Also, see React Native Radio podcast discussion from 26:30 ( https://www.reactnativeradio.com/episodes/180-testing-strategies-tools-and-frameworks ). I know others would love an expo blessed e2e testing solution!
add support for WatermelonDB
Please add support for https://github.com/Nozbe/WatermelonDB WatermelonDB is a new way of dealing with user data in React Native and React web apps. It's optimized for building complex applications in React Native, and the number one goal is real-world performance. In simple words, your app must launch fast.
There is no document scanner component that can be used with Expo, so that would be great!!
iOS CarPlay / Android Auto Support
Hi, Would it be possible to add CarPlay for iOS and Android Auto support to expo without having to detach? I've found several examples of adding it in native iOS on Medium: https://medium.com/@gaborwnuk/advanced-react-native-2-apple-carplay-40728f2558ee https://blog.flitsmeister.nl/start-developing-your-navigation-app-for-carplay-6e4c6c2b4e47 I haven't looked into it on Android yet, so I'm not sure if it will be possible to make it the same across platforms.
Add reactNativeArchitecture support in expo-build-properties
We can have a custom react architecture control to minimize the app size
Support for React Native Windows Apps
I would like to develop native WPF and UWP apps for Windows, which is my main operating system. React Native for Windows has been out for almost two years now and should be stable enough for Expo. https://github.com/Microsoft/react-native-windows
Tunnels to additional ports
It would be very nice if we could open a tunnel to additional port(s) beside the Expo development server, maybe with: expo start --tunnel --tunnel-extra-port=8080 Use case: we are a distributed team and often we want to share a development version of the app with other members. Tunnel service you are providing works great. Our app has an API service, and sometimes we want to make changes there too. In local network it's easy to share this service from developer's machine, but with remote colleagues we have to use services like PageKite or NGrok. Having this built in the Expo development tools would knock our socks off :smiley:
"Personal" EAS plan
The Production plan is too expensive for my personal projects but I would gladly pay for a cheaper Personal plan that gives a couple priority builds per day.