eslint-config-expo(latest: 6.0.0) Shared ESLint configs for Node, Web, React Native, and Expo projects
@expo/mux(latest: 1.0.7) Creates a promise that waits for the promises in nested data structures and resolves to data structures of the same form. It recursively traverses the input data structure and multiplexes its promises.
expo-ads-admob(latest: 8.1.0) Provides support for the Google AdMob SDK (https://www.google.com/admob/) for mobile advertising. This module is largely based of the react-native-admob (https://github.com/sbugert/react-native-admob) module, as the documentation and questions surrounding
expo-analytics-amplitude(latest: 8.1.0) Provides access to Amplitude (https://amplitude.com/) mobile analytics. This module wraps Amplitude-iOS (https://github.com/amplitude/Amplitude-iOS) and Android (https://github.com/amplitude/Amplitude-Android) SDKs.
expo-barcode-scanner(latest: 8.1.0) Allows scanning variety of supported barcodes both as standalone module and as extension for expo-camera. It also allows scanning barcodes from existing images.
expo-blur(latest: 8.1.0) A component that renders a native blur view on iOS and falls back to a semi-transparent view on Android. A common usage of this is for navigation bars, tab bars, and modals.
expo-branch(latest: 2.1.0) A unimodule wrapping react-native-branch, enabling its use in Expo managed workflow
expo-brightness(latest: 8.1.0) Provides an API to get and set screen brightness.
expo-calendar(latest: 8.1.0) Provides an API for interacting with the device's system calendars, events, reminders, and associated records.
expo-camera(latest: 8.2.0) A React component that renders a preview for the device's either front or back camera. Camera's parameters like zoom, auto focus, white balance and flash mode are adjustable. With expo-camera, one can also take photos and record videos that are saved to t
expo-constants(latest: 9.0.0) Provides system information that remains constant throughout the lifetime of your app.
expo-contacts(latest: 8.1.0) Provides access to the phone's system contacts.
expo-crypto(latest: 8.1.0) Expo universal module for crypto
expo-document-picker(latest: 8.1.0) Provides access to the system's UI for selecting documents from the available providers on the user's device.
expo-face-detector(latest: 8.1.0) Lets you use the power of Google Mobile Vision (https://developers.google.com/vision/face-detection-concepts) framework to detect faces on images.
expo-facebook(latest: 8.1.0) Expo universal module for Facebook SDK
expo-file-system(latest: 8.1.0) Provides access to the local file system on the device.
expo-haptics(latest: 8.1.0) Provides access to the system's haptics engine on iOS and vibration effects on Android.
expo-google-sign-in(latest: 8.1.0) Enables native Google authentication features in your app! This module can only be used in ExpoKit, or a Standalone Expo app. For in-depth setup, check out this guide: https://blog.expo.io/react-native-google-sign-in-with-expo-d1707579a7ce
expo-image-manipulator(latest: 8.1.0) Provides functions that let you manipulation images on the local file system, eg: resize, crop.
expo-image-picker(latest: 8.1.0) Provides access to the system's UI for selecting images and videos from the phone's library or taking a photo with the camera.
expo-web-browser(latest: 8.1.0) Provides access to the system's web browser and supports handling redirects. On iOS, it uses SFSafariViewController or SFAuthenticationSession, depending on the method you call, and on Android it uses ChromeCustomTabs. As of iOS 11, SFSafariViewController
@expo/build-tools(latest: 0.1.4) `@expo/build-tools` is the core library for the Turtle v2 project. It enables [Turtle Worker](https://github.com/expo/turtle-v2/tree/master/src/services/worker) to actually build React Native projects. It should be open-sourced in the future (along with s
turtle-cli(latest: 0.13.10) The command-line tool for building standalone Expo apps
react-native-unimodules(latest: 0.8.1) This library contains the core unimodule infrastructure and a collection of unimodules and interfaces that are commonly depended on by other unimodules. You only need to install `react-native-unimodules` once and then you will be able to use [most of the