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packagesAll the source code for the Unimodules, if you want to edit a library or just see how it works this is where you'll find it.
appsThis is where you can find Expo projects which are linked to the development Unimodules. You'll do most of your testing in here.
docsThe source code for https://docs.expo.dev
templatesThe template projects you get when you run
react-native-labThis is our fork of
react-native. We keep this very close to the upstream but sometimes need to add quick fixes locally before they can land.
guidesIn-depth tutorials for advanced topics like contributing to the client.
androidcontains the Android project.
ioscontains the iOS project.
ios/Exponent.xcworkspaceis the Xcode workspace. Always open this instead of
Exponent.xcodeprojbecause the workspace also loads the CocoaPods dependencies.
toolscontains build and configuration tools.
template-filescontains templates for files that require private keys. They are populated using the keys in
template-files/ios/dependencies.jsonspecifies the CocoaPods dependencies of the app.
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The Expo source code is made available under the MIT license. Some of the dependencies are licensed differently, with the BSD license, for example.