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Akshay Rana
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Aug 25, 2021 ⋅ 4 min read

Storing credentials using react-native-keychain

Akshay Rana I'm a self-taught, full-time programmer. I have experience working with various technologies including React, React Native, WordPress, Node.js, Express.js, Raspberry Pi, Python, REST APIs, and GraphQL. I love to explore new technologies and update my skills.

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One Reply to "Storing credentials using react-native-keychain"

  1. Hi, Great article.
    I have few questions though.
    Does it work on both Android and iOS?
    Does it work when Expo used and testing in iOS or Android Simulators?

    Thanks

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