For anybody who wants to hide sentry auth token from app.json, you just need to make it and env variable.
I just created an bash script to inject it and changed the package.json scripts to run it before calling expo start, build, etc, and it seems to work…
"start": ". ./setEnv.sh && expo start",
"build-android": ". ./setEnv.sh && expo build:android",
... rest of the file ...
reference: Provide authToken from an external source for security reasons · Issue #29 · expo/sentry-expo · GitHub
Thanks for sharing this @naripok!
Hey guys, I have a question…
Although the method described above seems to work for injecting the sentry token into app.json (sentry works fine, does it works even without the token?), when I try to access any env variables via process.env.VARIABLE_NAME from inside my app, I get undefined value…
Which method do you guys recommend for injecting env variables into an expo app, e.g. for alternating between dev and prod configs?
Thanks in advance!
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