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Fortune Ikechi
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Jan 17, 2024 ⋅ 12 min read

React Native push notifications: A complete how-to guide

Fortune Ikechi Fortune Ikechi is a frontend engineer based in Rivers State, Nigeria. He is a student of the University of Port Harcourt. He is passionate about community and software engineering processes.

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6 Replies to "React Native push notifications: A complete how-to guide"

  1. Probably this article applies to bare React native project and not to actual “expo start” project? I lost the connection when I reached “To do this, let’s cd into the Navigation directory and the AppNavigator”. I am using expo to develop my first react native project. I wish there was some mention regarding this in this article.

  2. Hi,

    I followed your post for my school homework but then soon got stuck because the modules and commands in here are outdated. It would be very much appreciated for a code update please.

    Currently expo updates with new modules below and the commands and syntax changed a lot :
    import * as Notifications from ‘expo-notifications’;
    import * as Permissions from ‘expo-permissions’;

    Thanks in advanced

  3. One more interesting thing is installing expo-notifications posed a lot of internal errors for module missing files. For which I updated expo to version 40, delete node_modules and all lock files (yarn.lock and package-json.lock), then npm install. But could not solve it.

    Lemme know if you observe the same or else. Thanks.

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