Is there a way to make your project private, so only people that have installed your standalone app can get the source code from OTA.
And my client (comercial company) doesn’t want that anybody who has the expo client could use my app.
Platforms: IOS, Android:
Is there any way to make your project really private on expo so that nobody can just open your project?
I know you can make your app unlisted, but I don’t mean that. I want the app to be just downloadable through the app stores.
I really want to keep using expo with all its great functionality.
I believe that ejecting is option for you. That way no runtime js update will happen from CDN and js file will only exists in that app bundle (where is still easily available if you have the bundle).
Disable OTA update and after building a new version of app, build and empty project with the same id so there is not your code on the CDN.
false in app.json. This will ignore all code paths that fetch app bundles from Expo’s servers. In this case, all updates to your app will need to be routed through the iOS App Store and/or Google Play Store.
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