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@react-native-async-storage/async-storage

v1.23.1

Published

Asynchronous, persistent, key-value storage system for React Native.

Downloads

3,854,348

Readme

React Native Async Storage

An asynchronous, unencrypted, persistent, key-value storage system for React Native.

Supported platforms

Getting Started

Head over to the documentation to learn more.

Running E2E locally

Android

  1. Create and start Android Emulator with Play services, API level 29
  2. Build app and run tests
    yarn bundle:android
    yarn build:e2e:android
    yarn test:e2e:android

iOS

  1. Create and start iPhone 14 simulator with iOS version 16.4
  2. Build app and run tests
    yarn bundle:ios
    pod install --project-directory=example/ios
    yarn build:e2e:ios
    yarn test:e2e:ios

Contribution

Pull requests are welcome. Please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change.

See the CONTRIBUTING file for more information.

License

MIT