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ExpoKit is deprecated and will no longer be supported after SDK 38. If you need to make customizations to your Expo project, we recommend using the bare workflow instead.
ExpoKit is an Objective-C and Java library that allows you to use the Expo platform and your existing Expo project as part of a larger standard native project -- one that you would normally create using Xcode, Android Studio, or react-native init.
Because Expo already provides the ability to render native binaries for the App Store, most Expo developers do not need to use ExpoKit. In some cases, projects need to make use of third-party Objective-C or Java native code that is not included in the core Expo SDK. ExpoKit provides this ability.
This documentation will discuss:
  • Ejecting your normal (JS) Expo project into a JS-and-native ExpoKit project
  • Changing your workflow to use custom native code with ExpoKit
  • Other advanced ExpoKit topics