expo version : ^34.0.1 => 34.0.4
I’m a bit lost. When I first had problems (very basic) with some dependencies and stuff not working in general, a few people suggested me using Expo, because among other things, it is supposed to remove those problems, by introducing stable and tested (in a given moment of time) SDK’s.
I did not update / upgrade anything. My previous project works fine. I just created a new project, with
expo init and started and saw this:
one of your project’s dependencies are not compatible with currently installed expo package version:
expo-font - expected version range: ~6.0.1 - actual version installed: 6.0.0
Your project may not work correctly until you install the correct versions of the packages.
To install the correct…"
And yeah it crashed.
I did solve it, and I think I understand what has changed, but … I just don’t get it. Why am I using expo then? I know it’s cool that we can easily publish and share stuff, but I was directed here, to avoid conflicts, non-bc changes and all this boring things
I guess I miss something important here?
I can’t just upgrade expo, I guess, with many projects being in development, right? So… maybe I should rather install it locally, not globally as suggested in the docs? And then upgrade per-project? I know I miss something… because I can’t believe you guys spend hours on solving conflicts …