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Build and Deploy React Native Apps with Expo EAS


Kadi Kraman
47m closed-captioning
15 lessons
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Expo Application Services (EAS) is a cloud build service used to build and publish React Native apps.

This course will show you how to create the common types of builds for iOS and Android on EAS. We'll cover Development builds for local development, Preview builds for internal testing, and Production builds for release.

Additionally, you'll learn about:

  • app versioning
  • automatic store uploads
  • setting up store listing pages
  • installing multiple app variants on the same device
  • installing past builds with Expo Orbit


An overview of build signing, and why an Apple Developer account needed in order to install builds on a real device.

How to create:

  • an iOS simulator build
  • a build to use on your device for local development
  • a build to share with your team without uploading it to App Store Connect
  • a release build to use on the App Store

You will also learn how to upload your build to App Store Connect, share it on TestFlight and create a Release.


How to create:

  • a build to use for development on an emulator or a device
  • a build to share with your team without uploading it to Google Play
  • a release build to use on Google Play

We'll cover what is needed to create a new Google Play account, and the current restrictions for individual accounts.

You will also learn how to set up auto-submit on Google Play.

Free Community Resource

A Community Resource means that it’s free to access for all. The instructor of this lesson requested it to be open to the public.

Course Content

47m • 15 lessons

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