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Hello people, so I just got back on a project I worked on for a few months at the beginning of the year and I had to put aside for a moment to help someone complete another one. I would like to get back to it in the best possible way, so I thought first I will upgrade all my packages. Of course expo first -
expo upgrade is a no brainer. But then I got a lot of other packages. React navigation for example that got to its v5 while I have v5 installed, and such.
So I looked for a good way to handle upgrading all those packages, found ncu, looks cool but I’m not sure how it would handle compatibility (even more so in an expo project).
Maybe I should simply create a new fresh expo project, copy over my src code and whatever I wrote, and
expo install any needed dependency again? But I thought there should be a simpler way.