Just letting us know what isn’t working is extremely helpful!
Unfortunately fixing these npm issues involves a lot of context on a couple different projects and we aren’t in a place to ramp up new folks yet, but thanks for the offer
Depending on what you’re looking to do, it might make sense to create a full Expo project and try pixi there. I believe it won’t work 100% out of the box but is possible to get working with some custom patching if you poke around through its internals.
Currently you can run the graphics portion of pixi.js in expo: Source Code.
There are some minor issues holding back the sprite rendering but these are on our radar and we are working to get these fixed! Here is an example of importing pixi.js into snack: https://snack.expo.io/@bacon/base-pixi.js
Yes, I’m aware. That snack is a minimum example of rendering a sprite in pixi.js which currently doesn’t work! As a side note, if you are getting this error: Requiring unknown module “pixie.js” it is probably because you mean to import pixi.js like this: import * as PIXI from 'pixi.js';
@abhinav123 react-native-cardview depends on native code, which means it is not compatible with Snack. You can create a bare React Native project (react-native init) or create an Expo project and detach to ExpoKit, and then follow the instructions on that repo.