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Lisa Miller

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If you are planning to develop an app using react native, it's a no-brainer to go with Expo. It's like a package of goodies. I don't even understand why it's so awesome. Good job @expo team. You've made our lives simpler.

Wes Johnson

@WesleyJohnson

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As a career-long web developer, getting push notifications working in @reactnative via @expo feels like black magic. Loving it.

ipey

@irfan__zainudin

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It is so easy to build your own mobile app nowadays. With technologies like @reactnative and @expo, literally anyone with an idea can rapidly build their dream app. What a time to be alive!

Mat Warger

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I don't know who needs to hear this but @expo is the future.

William Candillon

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The speed at which React Native Web via @expo has evolved in the past 6 months is absolutely wild. My head is spinning.

Trevor Hartman

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Expo recently made it possible to target web, so you can write a single UI for native and web. I’m continually impressed. Otherwise next.js by @zeithq is incredible. Both of these projects have amazing docs, DX, and fast release cycles.

Jamon Holmgren

@jamonholmgren

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So @expo’s over the air update feature just saved us on launch day (yes, Friday, sorry). We had a crash happening on a critical path (didn’t happen in dev testing) but narrowed it down and deployed a fix using OTA in about an hour.

Annie Elequin

@AnnieElequin

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@expo made notifications so easy, I almost cried tears of joy 😭 using expo is just a delightful experience

Ryan Baldwin

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It’s difficult to make a tool that is powerful, easy to use, and stays out of the way. @expo has figured it out and it’s one of the most pleasurable dev experiences I’ve had in my career.

Casey Li

@caseyli23

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I love how @expo allows me to build my standalone apps remotely on their much more powerful servers! Saves time and allows me to continue to use my computer while I wait for the build!

The Big Red Geek

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I think @expo is one of the most beautiful ****ing pieces of engineering I’ve seen in a very long time

Tyler H

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Arkansas Western District Court uses expo web. I chose @expo because it was the fastest way for a single developer to achieve our mandate—mobile/desktop/web.

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