I’m hoping someone can give me a straight answer here as I can’t find a yes or no.
I’m looking at building a app for a government lottery. One of Apple’s new policies is that the app cannot be built using html5.
When I send the app to expo to build is it creating a native app? or is it giving me an APK that is working similarly to phonegap where its running web-code inside of a wrapper? If it is using HTML will ejecting from expo help solve this issue?
Expo can make apps for iOS and/or Android. These apps are absolutely not HTML5 apps. They have nothing to do with HTML (even in development) unless you deliberately make use of a
This is not quite correct. The
Expo also has the ability to make web pages using
react-native-web, but in this case the result is not an app that you install on your phone. It’s a web app that you run from a web server and view using a web browser (e.g. a desktop browser or a browser on the phone.)
Yes. It’s a native app that includes native code and
No, unless you deliberately make use of a
WebView component within your app.
Ejecting makes no difference to the above answers.
I hope that’s straight enough for you
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