I want to add some security layers to my application, I know that I can’t protect my app 100%,
I just want to make it harder for Attackers to mess with my code/app.
here is what I want to do:
Obfuscation of my own code for Android and IOS
All libraries made for these points explained their install steps for React native CLI, with no mention of EAS or Expo,
I don’t have an android folder in my app, I don’t use Prebuild.
I need some explanations/implementation steps on how to add those three points to my app, and which library should I use.
Thank you in advance
you can use config plugins to modify native projects however you like, if you don’t want to maintain your ios and android directories in source control and generate them on build instead:
Config Plugins - Expo Documentation
if you build a config plugin for one of the libraries that you want to use, it would be fantastic if you send it to the repository as a pull request!
This post might give you some hints:
Fyi, I am just an Expo user like you
@keith-kurak is an Expo team member, though.
Yes, I agree that config plugins are cool and powerful and also that they are initially hard to wrap your head around or know how to start. I think this is mostly a temporary problem, though. Config plugins are still a fairly new concept, so there are still many NPMs that need one, and have not written one themselves. So if you want to use one of those NPMs, you’d need to write the config plugin y…
@wodin Thank you so much, this helped me a lot.
No problem. Glad I could help
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